The season will open tomorrow, (Saturday, May 8, 2021 7:30am-1:00pm), with zinnias, sunflowers, kale, dinosaur kale, Napa cabbage, yellow squash, zucchini, and A FEW RIPE BLACKBERRIES. The yellow sign pictured here will also be posted (on a porch post!) in the market, but reading it ahead of your visit will help move the line quicker. Also, we have copies of the site map on the porch posts, but again, studying it in advance or having it handy on your phone for reference will help. Cash is preferred for check-in to speed the process, but we do take cards. PLEASE bring your garden shears to cut zinnias and sunflowers. We expect to have largest blackberry harvest ever, but the season is starting later than usual due to the cool spring weather, so not many ripe blackberries yet. Hence the limit of one zip-top bag per paid entry for a short time. But don't expect to fill that bag tomorrow unless you are an early picker. Wait a few weeks for the easy pickin'. See our HOME tab on this website for rules, etc. and see the SITE MAP tab here for an aerial view of the farm with legend. Looking forward to a great season and seeing many of our friends of the farm!
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