Hours of Operation

July through December
Tuesday through Saturday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

March through June
Monday through Saturday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Growing Herbs & Fall Veggies

Learn how to enjoy growing your herbs and vegetables. Fall is the best time to plant your perennial herbs and why not plant some fall veggies while you are gardening. Fall is the best time to plant cool weather veggies as there are minimal pests and it is so pleasant outside. We will discuss planning your gardening area from containers to raised beds to large scale, planting and arranging what goes where and when as well as...

Closed for 4th of July

In observance of Independence Day we will be closed Friday, July 4th. We will re open Saturday, July 5th at 9am and regular business hours of Tuesday through Saturday 9am to 5pm. We look forward to seeing you out at The Farm...

Edible Blooms in The Garden

Edible blooms are beautiful in the garden and beautiful on your plate, the bloom and the leaf on your nasturtium plant are edible, they have a mild spicy flavor and are great in a salad or use the leaves like lettuce on a sandwich. The trick to growing nasturtiums here is part sun, they really prefer some shade and will bloom through October in the right spot.       Society Garlic is another great edible...

Open Memorial Day 2014

Come out to the farm and enjoy a free farm tour at 12pm on Memorial Day Monday. Tour the farm and see how everything grows while strolling past our beehives. Indulge in some lavender lemonade or our gourmet ice cream. Also, reserve lunch and make a day of it. Start Memorial day early on Saturday with our FREE Farm Tour at 1pm or a FREE Garden Tour at 2pm. It’s going to be lovely weather and being outdoors at the farm...

Butterfly Time in the Garden

Now that spring is finally here, everything is coming alive and so are the butterflies. The tiny little black caterpillars on your parsley, fennel or dill will soon be growing larger and looking like the one in the picture and then they will growing into beautiful butterflies. But are you tired of having these caterpillars eat all your favorite plants? It is often a good idea to scatter each of your parsley’s in...