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Posted 8/31/2009 1:06pm by Sam Bellamy.

The fall tour season is here! The tours begins in October. This year’s tour has a strong emphasis on pumpkins. We have planted more than in year’s past. The sugar cane looks good at this point also. Kids will be able to learn about food for people and food for animals. As teachers you have the opportunity to prepare your class to learn some history, nutrition, learn about the food cycle and the environment. Please see Tours under the experience section at the top of the home page.

Posted 8/22/2009 1:51pm by Sam Bellamy.

If you have some skill or exhibit that you believe would be fitting for Farm heritage day let us know. If it fits into the goals and objectives of the event we would be glad to have your participation.

Posted 8/22/2009 1:47pm by Sam Bellamy.

 If you think you may interested in helping with the fall tours. Please let us know. The tours will begin shortly after October 1. Thanks.

Posted 8/7/2009 6:55am by Sam Bellamy.

If you are a fig lover this is your time! The fig crop is in full swing. This year's weather , hot and dry , is what figs like to make a golden brown color and tender sweet flesh.

Any large orders need to made well in advance. So come by and let us know what you need. The large orders would need to be picked up on Mondays.

Posted 7/27/2009 9:00am by Sam Bellamy.

  We would like to thank you for your many kind and thoughtful comments regarding our farm. It has been rewarding to have so many people say that they really like our produce in general and this or that in particular. It means a lot to us to realize the positive encouragment has come from many sources and focused on many things, from strawberries, flowers, beans, blueberries, peaches, watermelons not to mention the items from the bakery.

Posted 7/19/2009 6:27pm by Sam Bellamy.

It's watermelon time at the farm! This crop has had many positive comments. In fact there have been some who have said that the "Imagination" sugar  baby is the best watermelon they have ever eaten! This week we are having a special on watermelons. Watermelons may be priced such that you would want to buy 2 or 3 at a time.   

Posted 4/6/2009 8:00pm by Sam Bellamy.

It is a wonderful time of year ! Spring brings lots of fresh healthiness; for example, the warm pleasant weather, the fresh lush green of plants, the beauty of flowers and trees. New life springs out seemingly everywhere. The key to reaping the benefits is to really take notice of it all. Slowing down on the run doesn’t work real well. Here at Indigo Farms, we like to help people discover the awe and wonder around us. We offer you the opportunity to come to the farm and enjoy the sensational array of color, smells, taste real farm goodness fresh from the bakery, listen to the barnyard chatter and feel the sunshine fall over your shoulders as you pick delicious strawberries right from the field. Bring the family and savor the time, each other and build a memory that lasts generations.goslings

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Fall is here with delightfully cooler days! We are enjoying a wide selection of crisp, juicy apples from the mountains. This year's crop of sweet potatoes is just available. We have a beautiful selection of pumpkins for decoration an for cooking! Don't miss out on seasonal events like Nighttime Hayrides and the Pumpkin Patch. 

The Produce Market is open 9:00 - 5:00 Monday - Saturday. We are at the Myrtle Beach Market on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 9:00 - 3:00. The Market at the  Culinary Institute is on Thursdays from 1:00 - 6:00. 

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