News and Blog
It is fig season and this week has been heavy with figs. I hope you got some if you are wanting volume. We will continue to have figs but will be changing varieties perhaps by week's end. Some of you have put up fig preserves which is a southern favorite.
Our watermelons have been on the move. This year we have a seedless version of the yellow fleshed watermelon that many like. In the past the yellow doll watermelon would be excellent but after two or three days it would tend to over ripen easily. We hope that these seedless varieties will not be so inclined. We have had a crop that looked super but this constant wet weather is working hard against reaching the potential. Check out the different watermelons. There have been some very good Crimson sweet and Sangria watermelons. Both are seeded.
The tomatoes have been super good. the heirlooms have made many people happy. It is still not too late to get some of that happiness.
The peppers and eggplant are both good. If you need a volume of eggplant ask about a volume discount.
We are continuing to plant and sow. There are many things going on this time of year. Preparing next year's strawberries, getting ready for the Fall event days, PYO pumpkins , NIght time hayrides , school tours, planting small grain and very importantly the fall and winter crops.
The blueberry PYO has ended for this year. we still have a limited amount in the market.
Important reminder! Make sure you get peach pound cake while the season is still here. same with tomato pie and other good pies. Enjoy these wonderful smells and tastes of summer. It is a good excuse to put some real farm goodness in you.
The blueberry field will likely not be open until Wednesday. Please check for certain.
Now is a great time for tomatoes, especially heirlooms. We have some really nice tomatoes. Our cantaloupes are coming out of the field. This crop looks good.
If you are an eggplant lover take note. we have a wonderful crop. Enjoy the summer and fill it with good healthy things.
Tuesday morning Blueberry field is open ( 8-11). Wednesday it looks like rain? Thursday , Friday and Saturday we will try to be open. The weather may change our plan.
The Blueberry Field will be open Monday,( 8 to 10:30). We expect to have PYO blueberry picking several mornings this week.
Heirloom tomatoes are now coming in very nicely. The tomato crop looks very good. German Johnson, Cherokee Purple, beef stakes, and other varieties look really good.
If you haven't tried one of the tomato pies from the bakery now may be a good time!
The farm market will close at 4 pm July 4th. It will be open Saturday regular hours.
The blueberry field will be open 8 to 10:30 am Friday. Saturday it may be open a little longer.
The field will be open July 4th from 8 to 10:30 am. Hopefully, the weather will be good and the weekend lend itself to making good memories.
We will have the field open Saturday morning as well.
The market will be open. We have lots of watermelon, peaches, cantaloupes, beautiful zucchini and squash. We are baking peach pound cake now. there are some real good desserts that would help with July 4th.
Sarah will be at the Myrtle Beach market Friday and Saturday.
Tuesday , Friday and Saturday is the plan for PYO blueberries this week. Pay close attention to time for picking ( to be posted in website and face book ). The fields are picked closer than I had previously thought.