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Posted 7/3/2014 10:04pm by Sam Bellamy.

 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.

Posted 7/3/2014 1:28pm by Sam Bellamy.

  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.

Posted 6/30/2014 4:23pm by Sam Bellamy.


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. 

Posted 6/30/2014 12:41pm by Sam Bellamy.

 Happy July! The blueberry field will be open Tuesday, 8 to 10:30. I think it will be open Wednesday also. Then Friday and Saturday. I don't know about Thursday yet. So please call or check the website or face book to be sure about each day.

   We do have some good cantaloupes and watermelons, peaches. We are baking peach pound cakes!!!! That ought to help make the fourth of July a tasty one.

  From the organic fields - Organic beans, potatoes, cukes, basil, and flowers are being harvested now.


Posted 6/29/2014 5:16am by Sam Bellamy.
The blueberry field  will be open Monday 8-10:30 am. This week should have some good picking.
Posted 6/25/2014 12:41pm by Sam Bellamy.

If you lived only by weather forecasts you would miss a lot of good living! Well, watching the blueberry fields is little easier to go by. The crop is ripening well and there are some really nice fruit. It is time to get to some serious picking.

  The blueberry field will be open Friday 8 to 10 am and Saturday 8 to 11 am. Next week we should have lots of blues going into the 4th of July weekend. Look for several days of picking.

We have a lot of plums, squash, zucchini, potatoes and getting some beans. Tomatoes are not far away. Cantaloupes and watermelons are coming. We have some good corn right now.

Posted 6/24/2014 11:33am by Sam Bellamy.
  Due to the weather pattern of rain or potential rain we will have the field open Wednesday morning  from 8-9 am. We still hope Saturday will be open as well.
Posted 6/22/2014 6:17pm by Sam Bellamy.

 Good times make great memories is something we have longed believed and is the background of our Fall event days. Just think of your favorite memories! They take you back to something special; people, times, occasions usually  triggered by smells, sights, sounds, feelings or tastes.

 Food is one of those things that help make good memories. It has even been called the bridge to understanding different cultures. That is just one aspect of food. Get people together and something is sure to cook! It is an ingredient for fun. I like to think of food as fun.

   The summer lends itself to get together. Whether it is friends, neighbors, visiting friends or family time. For the young families or the grandparents with grandkids  you treasure the time knowing children grow so quickly.

   This summer , this Fourth of July you may want to come up with some fun ways to share a tasteful memory with those you care about. Here are a couple of ideas.

   Red, white and blue potato salad.  We have the potatoes plus more colors and flavors. Do a little research and teach your kids such interesting things about how most people in the world do not eat white potatoes. They prefer colored fleshed potatoes. Learn about the nutritional differences.

   A fruit salad in a watermelon rind! cut watermelon rinds in fancy bowl shapes and scope out the flesh in little balls. Mix them with cantaloupe balls and honey dew balls topped with blueberries and maybe a few backberries.

   Experiment with making watermelon coolers or making homemade peach ice cream. We sometimes have ice cream peaches for sale ( you may want to check that out).

  Blueberry muffins, breakfast with blueberry pancakes. Frozen blueberries eaten as a single cold blueberry treat. It often is the doing and making together that makes it such a special memory.

  My wife and I had a friend years ago who loved to make his own concoctions. We think of him and his whimiscal creations and realize he was making his own yogurt before we had ever heard of yogurt.

  Perhaps you have ideas you would want to share?


Posted 6/22/2014 5:02pm by Sam Bellamy.

  The blueberry field will be open Monday and Tuesday mornings, 8 to 9 am each day. We plan to open this Saturday. We don't know about the other days yet.

   For Monday's picking be sure to go down the rows toward the end for the best picking.


Still have lots of good zucchini squash, plums, potatoes and other good stuff.

Posted 6/20/2014 12:01pm by Sam Bellamy.
 Blueberry field will be open 8 am to 9:30 am Saturday, June 21. If you would like squash, zucchini, basil, plums, potatoes we have them in volume.  You will find some very good prices. by buying a larger quantity. If you like to stuff zucchini we have organic cos zucchini which is ideal for this purpose. We currently have some good corn and peaches.
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Fall At Last!

We are loving the cooler weather that Fall has brought and so are the crops! 

Our collards are growing rapidly as are our raddishes and we can't wait to move our tiny lettuce plants from the greenhouse into the field. 

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