March 2014

water can gardeningWe have received several requests from people who wish they had the space, or the time to grow a garden but can’t seem to find either. They asked if we could “grow a garden for them”.

After careful consideration we have decided that we can and would be more than happy to accommodate a limited number of private gardens in our production this year.

Give me a call to discuss what you would like to have and lettuce let us be your private gardener.  You can come and visit, bring your kids, let them see the process from start to finish and of course, you can always lend a hand.

Call 859-six four three-3339 or send me an email:

transition day 2Well it is certainly a transition day at the farm.  I had to shovel snow in 50+ degree weather so I could assemble the new raised beds outside on the driveway.  Of course the beds are for our early crops of spring onions, green garlic, radishes and our wonderful lettuce varieties.

Snow shovels and circular saws.  Now THAT’S  a transition!


March 2, 2014


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Coming Soon, Our Brand New Farmer’s Market!

March 2, 2014

We’ve traveled the nation looking for the best ideas in a Farmer’s Market and with the help of our design team we plan to open ours to you this Spring! Stay tuned for more details.  And by all means, check us out on Facebook!

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The Best Tomatoes Under The Sun

March 1, 2014

We’ve just come back from a trip around the area and guess what we found?  Most tomato growers are raising their crops under plastic!  Some are raising their fruits under a plastic greenhouse roof, others are raising them in the field using “plasticulture”.  Do you know what that is? They lay down long rows of […]

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