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post by: Debbie November 1, 2015
The chill is in the air. We suspect by the end of the week with well below freezing temperature the tomato harvest will be over. We still have a couple of boxes of tomatoes for sauces or salsa as well as cherry and heirloom tomatoes. There are plenty of all types of potatoes, red and yellow onions, garlic, leeks, cabbage, celeriac and the last of the peppers. 10 and 20lb bags of onions and potatoes are packed and ready.
post by: Debbie October 3, 2015
Fall is here and a great time to stock up the pantry for winter. We have 10 lb flats of delicious roma type tomatoes for $25. My great discovery this year has been to roast tomatoes, onions, garlic, green peppers and basil in the sun oven until a thick paste consistency. It makes lovely bruchetta or whir it in the blender for an easy marinara sauce. Large onions are available for $1 a piece or a 20lb bag for $15. We have Georgian Crystal and Chesnock Red garlic as well as green and purple bell peppers at the farmstand also. Call us if you want any of these in larger quantity.
post by: Debbie September 18, 2015
Along with all the great veggies in the refrigerator the first of the onion crop has dried down. There are 20 lb bags of copra onions available for $15. Chesnock Red garlic is on the table for $1 a head. German butterball, Russian Banana Fingerlings and All Red potatoes are ready also. Come on by.
post by: Debbie September 9, 2015
We have been growing and selecting the best heads of Georgian Crystal garlic for the past 14 years. Georgian Crystal is a hardneck and like the more common variety Music is in the porcelian family found originally in the Caucasus Mountions. It is an extremely large cloved garlic with easy peel wrappers and a full flavor. We grow at an elevation of 3680 feet in the high desert of Central Oregon.
1 lb - $17
1/2lb - $9
Over 10lb orders - $15/lb
Postage is extra. Orders can be made by email at email@example.com or phone 541-382-8059.
We accept checks or PayPal.
post by: Debbie August 10, 2015
Summer abundanafiSDFOOOO kijce is upon us! Onions, garlic, potatoes, broccoli, cagjapjaepgj'eiova'mrekt'zpoiufgx''cvixzbzibbage, all the leafy greens, beets, summer squash, artichokes andh;h;h;lh;oh;l parsley are available at the farm stand. Tomatoes and green beans start next week. The young hens are starting to lahysf
p[xhx'py, you may find a small egg or two in your dozen eggs. They size up within about a month. Stop on by and enjoy the summer freshness.
post by: Debbie July 15, 2015
We've had several new folks by wondering how to buy fresh veggies at the farm, so it's time for an update. The best days to find the refrigerator stocked is Tuesday to Saturday. No harvesting is done on Sunday and Monday. Vegetable that will be reliably available are leafy greens of kale, chard, collards and lettuce mix, summer squash, onions, garlic, parsley and basil. Broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage will often be in the frig too. Cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers and celery will be on in about 3 weeks. Eggs are in short supply until the younger chicks start laying in about 6 weeks. Thursday and Friday are the best days for eggs right now. Come by during daylight hours, if you need help honking is not considered impolite here. If there is specific things you want feel free to call in an order at 541-382-8059 and we'll have it labeled and ready for you.
Debbie, Jim and Brian
post by: Debbie May 24, 2015
Wow what a beautiful day! Perfect for starting the vegetable garden. We have plenty of vegetable starts available including tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, both summer and winter squashes, celery, onion and hops. Come on by.
Debbie, Jim and Brian
post by: Debbie May 8, 2015
For you gardeners out there we have a variety of vegetable starts available. As we get our planting done we see what we have extra and offer them for sale. These are all varieties that we grow. They are adapted to our short growing season and are hardier varieties. We have tomatoes, peppers, summer and winter squashes, onions sets, celery, kale, broccoli, parsley, cucumbers and maybe a few more I haven't thought of. You're welcome to call and I'll set aside your order or come on by.
The grey refrigerator is stocked with lettuce mix, spinach, elegance greens mix, arugula and cilantro.