It’s a strange feeling to take a weekend off during the busy season. I left thinking it might even be good to give the garden a break. I came back wondering what in the world I was thinking. And I was only away for 48 hours!
We seem to have really hit our stride after a rough summer – the tomatoes and watermelon are still the stars of the show but butternut squash, eating pumpkins, and watermelon radishes (pictured) are new to the list. There will be some acorn and sweet dumpling squash available as well, but only enough so far to make it first come, first serve.
If you’ve been on the sidelines this season for saucing tomatoes, now is the time! Discounts for the red and pink heirloom varieties will be given (but won’t show up in your cart) for 10 ($3.50/lb), 15 ($3/lb), and 20+($2.50/lb) pounds.
No extras this week…the cheese-makers are off winning more cheesy awards (this time at the Big E), and the chocolates have not made it onto the website for ordering yet. See you all Monday!
Put your orders in online before 8am Monday morning. We’ll pick all orders fresh Monday morning and have it available for you to pick-up from 4-7pm Monday afternoon right on the farm at 64 Potter Hill Rd in Grafton. Take advantage of this short window of time when the best produce around is grown in Grafton’s backyard!