Find her at: Doctor’s Farm Market
Sorry folks! A caterpillar stung Nora on the hand this morning and the swelling would not stop. She is down at the emergency room now and making a rapid recovery after getting antihistamines and steroids intravenously. We don’t know when she will be back home, so its probably safer to come tomorrow.
We will post again today if she is ready to go this afternoon or feel free to call her sometime after 1pm.
It seems the fall-like weather we’ve been having all through August is going to take a little break with some “real” summer temperatures coming our way over the next few days. As pleasant as it’s been working the garden in such cool weather, I have to admit that eating ripe, juicy tomatoes with a light jacket on just doesn’t feel right somehow.
So, uncover your arms and enjoy some tomatoes as nature intended, with a little warm juice dribbling down your chin!
Here’s what to expect:
Beans – green, romano, yellow wax, and Dragon Tongue
Chard, Kale, Collards
Fennel- I only plant a few bulb each year and they’re ready now.
Peppers – green and possibly a few red ones
Radicchio – just a couple of these
Tomatoes – Heirlooms, beefsteaks, plums, cherries and more
Flowers – bouquets or cut your own
Hours – Tue. – Fri. 10am-7pm / Sat. 10am-3pm