We have tomatoes in the hoop house

Posted in Uncategorized on October 11th, 2012 by Sally

The tomatoes in the hoop house are about the size of a quarter so we are having to tie them up.  They will grow on a string up to the top of the hoop house so we should have them until October.  Our broccoli is also about to head so we will have broccoli within the next two weeks.  We finally got some rain so the crops are loving it and hopefully will grow faster.  We would like something else besides spinach, lettuce and arugula.  I have to say though it is a much better spring than last year.


Join us for Autumn in the Mountains

Posted in Uncategorized on October 11th, 2012 by Sally

The leaves are just beginning to turn!  This year should produce a spectacular fall.  It will probably be several weeks before we really hit peak so make your reservations if you have not already done so.

Monday is stocking day so all the fly fisherman will be happy.  It’s great weather to come up and spend your days in the creek!

The farm is starting to slow down, many of our crops are through for the season, including our wonderful tomatoes.  We are seeding for our cover crops in anticipation of next year’s bounty.  This year we picked 2 tons of tomatoes, one of our best tomato seasons yet.  Thanks for everyone’s support in buying and enjoying them.

We will have produce through the winter, herbs, kale, collards, spinach, lettuce and whatever else I can get to grow.  We learned a lot last year and hope to have a lot more this year.  Give us a call if you are dying for fresh lettuce in the dead of winter.

Watch our blog and we will post pictures as fall unfolds.


Raspberries are ready

Posted in Uncategorized on October 11th, 2012 by Sally

The tomatoes in field have succumbed to the tomato diseases but we do have those in the hoop house left so we will have more through September.  We now have delicious red raspberries.  We have been irrigating a lot