We raise about 50 varieties of pumpkins, winter squash and gourds. Some are strictly for their fancy looks, and some we grow just for eating. And then there are the pumpkins and squashes that do double duty. These… Read More
Rain or shine, our annual Pumpkin Festival is a free celebration for all ages. We’ll have games, hay rides, face painting, live music from the Flying Elbows and the amazing Punkin Chunkin’ Trebuchet. Come watch what happens when… Read More
Fresh flavors of tomato, feta, spinach and herbs mingle in this lemon-scented salad.
We brought in the first of our farm-raised sweet corn over the weekend, and although it sold through right away, we’ll soon have plenty more as successive plantings come to maturity in the fields. Meanwhile, we’re stocking top-quality… Read More
Stripping the husks off ears of corn is frowned upon at the farmstand. It’s so unnecessary! There are better ways to make sure you’re buying a ripe, unblemished ear of corn: Look at the husk to check for… Read More
Late last October, we planted 13,600 garlic cloves. This month we harvested the crop and wow, we have to brag: This garlic is gorgeous, with flavor to match. Plump, perfect, clean garlic bulbs with no disease are $1.65… Read More
These are approximate harvest dates for our seasonal farm produce. Please keep in mind that many yields tend to start small and increase over a period of days to weeks, depending on the weather. Potatoes (red/white/Yukon/russet): July 1… Read More
Red, ripe and fragrant strawberries, fresh from the field, are our first choice for this classic summer dessert.
These are approximate harvest dates for our seasonal farm produce. Please keep in mind that many yields tend to start small and increase over a period of days to weeks, depending on the weather.
Are you looking for pies? We bake a lot of them at the farm—hundreds a day, in the summertime. You can find our pies at the front of the farmstand, with the breads. Just turn right as you… Read More