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post by: Debbie September 24, 2014
Fall is in the air, it's time for cabbages, winter squash and all matters of soups, stews, curries and roasting vegetables. The farm stand is full of tomatoes, peppers, leeks, cabbage, potatoes, kales, carrots and more.
post by: Debbie July 12, 2014
As some of you know we've had an egg famine with our old lady hens only laying 2 eggs a day but now our friend Elena is back from her first year of nursing school and has a new group of young hens laying quite nicely. So the frig is full of eggs, lots of different greens, summer squash is on and with this hot weather this will be the only week for snow and edible pod peas. Come on by and enjoy the bounty.
post by: Debbie June 7, 2014
Kohlrabi and Chard have been aded to lettuce mix, greens mix, green garlic and kale available in the grey rfrigerator this week at the farm stand.
post by: Kevin May 22, 2014
A big thanks to the Locavore WOOLF party. When I looked at the list of jobs to do on the work board at the end of the day, all of them were done! Planting potatoes, mulching, pulling up landscape fabric, transplanting raspberries and more...WOW!
post by: Debbie May 23, 2014
What a beautiful Memorial Day weekend. We have a full refrigerator and a special lettuce mix sale with $.50 off per bag. All our other greens are available also, as well as we have started to harvest nice big kales. We have tomato and squash starts for the gardeners, all varieties known to grow well in the Central Oregon climate. Come on by.
post by: Kevin May 15, 2014
We want to introduce you to our new farm hand, Lyla. She's awfully small so be extra careful in our driveway and parking area.
post by: Debbie May 9, 2014
We've got a nice full frig of Lettuce Mix, Elegant Greens Mix, Spinach, Arugula, Eggs and Wild Rice. Outside are Veggie starts including Summer Squash- Raven Zuchini, Y star Patty Pan and Zephyr. These are all bush types. Winter Squash- Early Butternut, Uncle David's Dessert Buttercup and Zeppelin Delicata. Tomatoes include- San Marazano, Sungold Cherry, Black Cherry, Pruden's Purple.
Our CSA is almost full. If you are wanting either a large share at $630 or a small share at $320 let us know soon.
Debbie, Jim and Brian
post by: Debbie April 27, 2014
Now we know it's been a bit chilly these last few days, but spring is here and the days will be warming and that means planting time. Brian enthusiastically planted us enough squash for the entire town of Bend and we had excellent germination on our tomato plants. so starting this week we will have 9 varieties of tomato plants and 7 varieties of squash(a combination of summer and winter) for sale at the farm stand. Several varieties are suitable for container gardening and all can stay in their pots for 2 to 3 weeks as we wait for the weather to warm. They are $3.50 each.
Lettuce mix, Elegant greens mix, Spinach and Arugula as well as eggs and wild rice are for sale in the grey refrigerator. Come on by and help yourself.