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Posted 5/26/2010 10:26am by Sam Bellamy.

The strawberry field is doing some funny things. It has very little ripe fruit at the moment. The rain took away many of the would be ready berries due to water damage. But this year's crop has some life still in it. There are a significant number of green berries that we beleive will come through. As of Wednesday we know that the fileds will be closed for PYO until some time perhaps Friday or Saturday? Please call if you have questions. Thank you

Posted 5/19/2010 8:16pm by Sam Bellamy.

 The strawberry field is being kept up. The alleys are being mowed and the plants are in pretty good shape for this time of year. there are some great berries to come from this crop.

 The blueberry crop looks good. In fact it may be better than good. The high bush crop is small which we began harvesting today.Pick your own will begin about June 20th. Picking will last into August. Look for updates at theis website.  blackberries will come soon

  We are getting garden peas, tender squash, zucchinni, beans.

Posted 5/17/2010 8:11pm by Sam Bellamy.

 The fields have gotten better! the flavor of the fruit is very good while the picking remains fairly good. The size of the fruit is smaller but large fruit  is still there. The feilds should be open on a daily basis except we are closed on Sundays.

Posted 5/13/2010 10:17pm by Sam Bellamy.

 The strawberries are improving in quality and flavor. The size is somewhat smaller and the picking is not as easy but still easy enough. The field should be open from 8 am to 4:30 -5:00pm most days.

Posted 5/2/2010 7:51pm by Sam Bellamy.

Strawberry update May 3 :  The fields should be open everyday this week ( closed Sundays). We are trying hard to keep the plants in good shape and hope that they will continue to produce for several more weeks.

Be on the look out for other fruits and veggies that will be coming soon.

Posted 4/25/2010 9:02pm by Sam Bellamy.

Strawberry Update April 25. The fields will be open every day this week ( we do close on Sundays ). The picking has been very good. Most of you have been very good about bringing containers to take your berries home after you pick. Thank you for understanding. We regret to have to charge for the boxes and have tried to let you know ahead so you could avoid any unexpected cost. We have some very good people who come every year and many of them often to pick strawberries. We do appreciate you all.

Posted 4/13/2010 5:14am by Sam Bellamy.

Strawberry update April 13th

The strawberry field will be open Wednesday at 8:00am. I had said it would be open until 12:00 noon and was not sure about the afternoon. The cool nights have slowed down the ripening of the fruit. My concern is that there be enough really good and ripe fruit for everyone to pick. One good day of ripening can make a tremendous difference but it is not always easy to determine exactly what will happen. I will try to stay open til noon.

Please bring something to put your berries in after you pick. We will have buckets to pick in but this year we have to charge for the boxes that we have given out free in the past.


Posted 4/7/2010 5:56pm by Sam Bellamy.

Myrtle's Market at Joe White Ave. will be opening the 14th of April. We plan to be there  again this year and look forward to seeing many of our friends at the market.

We do plan to be at the Brunswick Hospital again this year on Thursdays starting May 6 from 11 am to 2 pm.

Posted 4/3/2010 12:18pm by Sam Bellamy.

We will be opening at 8:30 am and closing at 5:30 pm Monday through Saturday. Sundays will be closed. Please keep in mind the barnyard hours are the same as the market. PYO hours and prices have not yet been determined.


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Posted 4/3/2010 12:09pm by Sam Bellamy.

 We hope that April 10th will be open for PYO. It is still too far out to know for certain. If not April 10th then it will be very soon after. Once the season begins there should be lots of fruit!


Anticipating strawberry season in early April. If the weather holds well we should begin pick your own about the 10th. It appears that it will be a strong start. The plants look good and blossoms abound. Fortunately, the ratio of blooms and vegetation appears to be good.

 Strawberry season is no little thing here at the farm. We strive to offer as much variety in strawberries as we can. To begin with we have four different varieties. Camarosa and Chandler are the two main varieties. We offer pick your own or pre-picked. Several package sizes are available ( pints, quarts, 4 qt, 8qt flats). We even sell cull berries. Since we grade our berries after we pick them we are able to have berries that are good but not up to top standards. These are sold at a discount price. We offer stem berries ( these are often the best berries any where, premium fruit). We also have a high quality chocolate for dipping fruit. We sell strawberry pies, strawberry shortcake, strawberry ice cream, strawberry milkshakes!, organic strawberries, strawberry jams, jellies, preserves and not to forget strawberry slushies!

Over the years people have repeatedly told us that our strawberries were the best. No brag, just fact! But as always you get to be the judge. We are very grateful that so many have made that their judgment. Often good fruit is affected by the soil. Our soils seem to agree with strawberries. The climate, the soil and good nutrition seem to come together well here. Every year is unique but many years of growing strawberries tells me that the real credit for good fruit belongs to God. Strawberries were not something people invented. Breeding has helped in many ways but the real goodness of a strawberry started without human help. Much of a season rests beyond our control. It seems to me to only be appropriate to acknowledge Providence’s hand.


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