Friday Field Update No.2

Spring is finally here! And with it some more typical spring temperatures. With the deluge of snow Stella dumped on us, the fields are soaking up all that meltwater. I'm hoping that extra moisture is not going to delay the pea planting too much, which we prefer to get in the ground in the first week of April. It is only about a week away after all! We also put the beets in at that time. Both of these seeds germinate well in the cold soil, and are hardy plants that can do well in cooler Spring months.

Sweet Cherry buds getting ready to bloom.

Sweet Cherry buds getting ready to bloom.

Unfortunately the tomatoes have not been grafted yet. That is scheduled in for the next couple days. I will have lots of photos and details about that in next week's update, don't you worry.

Inside our germination chamber, a baby pepper plant emerges.

Inside our germination chamber, a baby pepper plant emerges.

Grafting was delayed partially due to the large amount of annual and perennial shipments we received this week. Managing this and actually getting the job done right demanded most of our time. We filled hundreds of flats worth of plants, which means we had to have all those flats prepared and ready to go. These come in many different shapes and sizes as many of you know, and we fill them all ourselves. We are very meticulous on how we go about this process. Each pot and cell needs to be filled right to the top with loose soil. This is important so the roots can easily grow and breathe. Airflow to the roots is just as important as water. Also, consistent soil level is crucial for all the plants to grow evenly which makes the enormous and endless task of watering more manageable. The machine we use is actually homemade, constructed back when we first built and opened the greenhouse in the early nineties. This is actually one of my favorite jobs on the farm. 

Thanks for reading, and catch you back here next week!

Where to Find Us This Spring

We will be out in the world, sharing information about our CSA this Spring. If you would like to meet us face to face and ask questions about Kirby's CSA, here is where you can find us! We would love to see you!

  • Tuesday April 4th, 12pm, Gleason Works (Employees Only, including  Conifer, CCCSR and Triline)

 

  • Thursday April 13th, 12pm, General Code in the Great Room (Employees Only, any businesses in Building 1)

Friday Field Update

Our baby rootstock plants, taking the transplant very well. 

Our baby rootstock plants, taking the transplant very well. 

It’s the Friday Field Update, with Farmer Chad!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone! Our greenhouse sure is repping it's green, I hope you are! In this brand new weekly post, I will keep all of you updated with a brief overview of the happenings during the past week on our Farm, along with some pictures, maybe a video or two, and some fun facts.

Another winter is coming to a close (maybe…) which means our greenhouses are filling with green again! From Superbells to Tomatoes to almost every vegetable we grow, the heat is pumping and the oxygen is flowing.

What I am most excited about this past week is our high tunnel tomatoes. High tunnels provide several great benefits to growing tomatoes. They protect the fruit and plants from the damaging elements, especially water. High tunnels also hold in a little heat to help extend the homegrown tomato season, which for us is mainly the spring so we can get those awesome tomatoes as soon as possible! Lastly, they are still grown in the earth so they maintain that excellent field flavor.

This will be the third year we have grown tomatoes in the ground under cover, but this is the first year we will be grafting all of our plants. Growing any crop in the same soil repeatedly is not a good idea. This leads to a buildup of soil-borne diseases which can be really nasty. However, it is no small feat to move a high tunnel. So in lieu of moving the tunnel, we graft the plants. We select a variety of tomato that will provide the fruit we desire as the top half of the plant (scion), and the variety that will give the plant a vigorous and disease resistant bottom half (rootstock). So even though we only need 400 plants for our tunnel, we grow 800 for the grafting process. 400 scion plants and 400 rootstocks, with a little extra of course, in case we have any casualties. We cut the tomato plants in half and attach the top half of the scion variety to the bottom half of the rootstock variety, and let them heal together. Last week we bare-root transplanted the seedlings, and this coming week we think the plants will be ready for grafting! Stay tuned next week for pictures.


That’s all for this week. Thanks for reading and I look forward to sharing more of our farm activities next week!

NEW! Smaller CSA Share Option

In response to requests for a smaller CSA share, Kirby's is offering a new option this season! 

Our brand new Quarter Share is designed for anyone that doesn't need as much produce, but still wants to be a part of our CSA. Quarter Share boxes will basically have the same contents as our Half Share, but with half the amount. As far as what's in the box, we might not be able to fit everything in every week (examples below). However, we know that variety is important, it's one of our main focuses, so we'll do our best to make sure you get a little bit of everything.  Read on for pack list comparisons!


The following comparisons were created using 2016 packlists.

Quarter Share

June
2 Heads Lettuce
1/4 lb Rhubarb
Pint of Strawberries
5 Garlic Scapes

 

July
1/2 Pint Blueberries
1 Pint Sweet Cherries
1 Pickles
1 Kohlrabi
1 lbTomatoes

August
1 Cantaloupe
1 lbs Carrots
1 Pickles
1lb Tomatoes
2 Peppers


September
1 Quart Apples
1 Cabbage
5 Assorted Sweet Peppers
1 Eggplant

 

October
1 Quart Apples
1 Cauliflower
1.5 lbs Onions
1 Delicata Squash
1 Garlic

November
1/2 lb Brussel Sprouts
1/2 Gallon Cider
1/2 oz Mulling Spices
1 Acorn Squash
1 Sweet Dumpling Squash

Half Share

June
2 Heads Lettuce
1/2 lb Rhubarb
Quart of Strawberries
5 Garlic Scapes
1 Cilantro Plant
1 Bunch Radishes

July
1 Pint Blueberries
1 Quart Sweet Cherries
3 Pickles
2 Kohlrabi
1 lbTomatoes

August
1 Cantaloupe
2lbs Carrots
2 Pickles
1lb Tomatoes
4 Peppers
1 Watermelon

September
2 Quarts Apples
1 Cabbage
5 Assorted Sweet Peppers
1 Eggplant
1/2 Gallon Cider
4-5 Beets with Greens

October
2 Quarts Apples
1 Cauliflower
3lbs Onions
3 Delicata Squash
3 Garlic

November
2 Quarts Apples
1 lb Brussel Sprouts
1/2 Gallon Cider
1/2 oz Mulling Spices
1 Acorn Squash
1 Sweet Dumpling Squash



 


End of the Year Sales!

On December 24th we close our doors for the 2016 season. (We'll see you again in the Spring - our doors will be open on May 1st and our greenhouse will be overflowing with flowers!)  

For the last week of the season, stop in to take advantage of our awesome end of the year sales! Stock up on homegrown and locally grown produce for the winter, and finish up your Christmas shopping.

25% off  Apples

25% off  Poinsettias

20% off  All Gift Shop

20% off  Jams

 

Produce Available

Homegrown: Apples, Winter Squash, Garlic

Locally Grown: Potatoes (5lb, 20lb, or 50lb bags, while supplies last), Onions (3lb, or 10lb bags, while supplies last)

 

Christmas at Kirby's

We're open until December 24th!

There is so much to find at Kirby's this holiday season:
Ornaments and Gifts; Christmas Trees;  Poinsettias;  Handmade Wreaths

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Trim the tree with vintage inspired glass ornaments, warm and cozy embroidered felt, rustic country themed clip ornaments, elegant snowflakes, or sparkly-Christmas-under-glass style ornaments, just to name a few examples.

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  Vintage inspired glass ornaments
  Embroidered felt ornaments for a warm and cozy theme.
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We have a great selection of affordable gifts at $20, $10, even $5! Our brand new "Cherished Treasures" section is packed with an ever changing variety of vintage and antique items, such as beautiful glassware, bowls, kitchen implements, decorations and furniture. 

  scented mug mats and coasters
  Santa themed gifts
  handy gift bags of different sizes

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Brighten your home with a colorful poinsettia.

Traditional red, festive Glitter (red and white speckles), beautiful white, Marble, Pink, or Picasso (speckled pink) are available from tiny 4.5" pots to impressive 8" pots. A poinsettia can also be a thoughtful hostess or host gift.

With our many years of experience growing poinsettias, you can be confident in selecting a high quality plant to take home or gift.

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Below, from left to right: Picasso, a stunning break from traditional red; Marble, Pink, and White; and our 8" pans, a low and wide plant, perfect for centerpieces.

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Christmas Wreaths and Local Christmas Trees

Our wreaths are especially thick and fluffy, handmade on extra-sturdy, heavy-duty metal frames. We use a variety of greens from frasier fir, to pine and juniper to create fantastic texture and color variations. Custom order a wreath and we'll create a masterpiece just for you!

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Our trees are grown right here in the Rochester area. Choose from Frasier Fir, Douglas Fir, or Concolor. Prices range from $20 for small table top trees, to $60 for our tallest trees.

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Apple Gift Baskets: four quart, eight quart, or half bushel baskets of Kirbygrown apples are a unique present for clients, coworkers, friends and family. Choose the gift you would like to include, or select from our Gift Basket themes: 

  • Caramel Apple, with delicious Annie's Caramels, caramel apple dip and a handy apple slicer
  • Afternoon Tea, with a scented fabric coaster, maple sticks, and a mug of your choice
  • A Taste of New York, with Kutter's extra sharp cheddar cheese, local maple sugar candy, and Seward's chocolate Santas.
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Kirby's Annual Customer Appreciation Day

Friday, November 11th, 10am-6pm

This Friday, we dedicate the day to thanking all of customers for another great season! Stop by to enjoy good deals, delicious samples and refreshments, and our cheery smiling faces to welcome you. We hope you come in and enjoy the day with us!

New stock is on display, including many new Christmas Items, Beaded rings, linens, dishes, and Thanksgiving decor.


Sales

  • 20% off all Gift Shop


Samples & Refreshments

  • Try a taste of Nundae Mustard, McCutheon's Jam, and our own freshly bottled honey!

  • We're baking up some of our popular apple cake mixes with homegrown Cortland apples.

  • Sweet and Savory Dips with homegrown fruits and veggies for dipping.

  • Enjoy a cup of hot Kale and White Bean Soup

  • As always, we'll have a fresh batch of homemade Kirby applesauce too.

  • Complimentary Coffee and Hot Mulled Cider

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PEARS

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We always have an abundance of pears in late September/early October. At this very moment many of them are the perfect ripeness for eating or canning - golden yellow, sweet, and juicy.

Some area just beginning to go around the bend - they are a little soft with brown spots, but still super sweet and juicy, perfect for baking and cooking. We sell these as second quality, which means you can get a great deal at half price.

I brought home a dozen or so of the less-then-perfect pears and had some fun in the kitchen. Here's two recipes for you to try...


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Pears for the Baby

First I made a puree for the baby. Leaving the peels on but removing the cores and stems, I cut the rinsed pears into chunks and pureed them in the food processor until smooth. After filling an ice cube tray there was some left, which brings us to recipe number 2!


PEAR SAUCE

I'm not sure if I've ever had pear butter, and I've definitely never made it, so this was a fun experiment! The end result is an amazing little bowl full of pure Autumn deliciousness so I'll be making it again soon. Reading other recipes online, I see that orange zest is a popular ingredient. There's definitely room to make this recipe your own.

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6-8 pears, cored and pureed
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
Dash of cloves (careful, cloves are powerful!)
Pinch of nutmeg

  1. Pour your fresh pear puree into a medium sauce pan.
  2. Add the spices and stir till blended.
  3. On medium heat, bring it up to a gentle simmer.
  4. As the puree begins to thicken, reduce the heat to low and continue to gently simmer, stirring occasionally. 
  5. Cook until you it gets as thick as you would like it. Store in a tightly lidded container in your fridge for 7-10 days.

* This recipe has no added sweeteners. If you would like a sweeter Pear Butter, I recommend Maple Syrup or honey (both available at the market!) but wait until the end to add it, when you'll know for sure if it needs it. Until about 10 minutes before it was done, I was skeptical that it would turn out right. But the flavors intensified a lot near the end. 

Early Autumn at Kirby's

We love Autumn at Kirby's! The colors, the smells, and the delicious flavors of Fall, are all filling our market right now.

Our first planting of Mums is in full bloom! Keep the color going all season with later varieties that bloom through October.

Our first planting of Mums is in full bloom! Keep the color going all season with later varieties that bloom through October.

In Season

Homegrown: Apples, Sweet Peppers, Hot Peppers, Broccoli, Beets, Kale, Turnips, Cabbage, Garlic, Tomatoes (Plum, Canning, Regular, Heirloom, Cherry, Grape), Pumpkins, Gourds, and Apple Cider

Locally Grown: Parsnips, Carrots, Potatoes, Onions, Shiitake Mushrooms, Pears

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Pumpkins!

Big and small, warty or smooth, yellow, orange, red, or white... create a beautiful pumpkin display with stacks, piles and rows of these amazing vegetables. Add perennial foliage plants for more texture and color.

Asters give the perfect pop of purple color to contrast with the warm tones of pumpkins and mums.

Asters give the perfect pop of purple color to contrast with the warm tones of pumpkins and mums.

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Apples!

 Honeycrisp, Autumn Crisp, Cortland, Macintosh, Gala, Blondee, Jonamac, and Gingergold

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We have three different kinds of beets: Golden, which had a very mild, sweet flavor; Candy Cane, with beautiful red and white stripes; and regular Red Beets. Pickup a peck or half bushel to put up some beets today!

We have three different kinds of beets: Golden, which had a very mild, sweet flavor; Candy Cane, with beautiful red and white stripes; and regular Red Beets. Pickup a peck or half bushel to put up some beets today!

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Candy Cane Beets

Candy Cane Beets

Find what you need at Kirby's to create an Autumn feast, or a simple dinner. Beets, potatoes, carrots, onions, garlic, and turnips  - choose a few or all of the above and fill a pan for roasted fall vegetables

The end of September is the very peak of growing season, as the last remnants of summer overlap the beginnings of Fall. So much is ready now! Enjoy some lingering flavors of summer with Roasted Red Peppers and Roasted Tomatoes.  Browse our Recipe Index for more seasonal recipes.

Bartlett Pears, ready to eat!

Bartlett Pears, ready to eat!

Winter Squash Varieties: Acorn, Butternut, Buttercup, Delicata, Sweet Dumpling, and Pie Pumpkins.

Winter Squash Varieties: Acorn, Butternut, Buttercup, Delicata, Sweet Dumpling, and Pie Pumpkins.

Happy Fall! Hope to see you soon!

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Soaps from Mrs. C's Apothecary

We're very excited to introduce a new line of handmade soaps, crafted nearby in Holley, NY!

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Right now, we have Lavender Seasalt, Lemon Lavender, Tea Tree, Honey Oatmeal, and Country Cabin. New scents will arrive with different seasons.  

Bars are cut to different sizes and priced by weight, so you can select a smaller bar to try a new scent, or a nice big chunk to last for weeks and weeks. Prices range from $3-$6.

From Mrs.C's Apothecary's Facebook page: "Handmade soaps, salves and balms. We use only all natural and organic ingredients with no chemicals or unnatural fillers, all made with love."
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IQF Cherries

It's that time of year again! Place your orders by Wednesday August 3rd.

We have 20lbs or 40lbs of individually quick frozen sour cherries, and 30lbs of individually quick frozen blueberries.

Pickup on Friday August 5th, 9am-Noon or Saturday August 6th, 9am - Noon.

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Opening Day!

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This Saturday, April 30th, Kirby's will open for the season. Winter is finally over and our lives are filled with green again! We hope you stop in to say hello!  

Along with the usual jams, honey, and maple syrup,  we have amazing apples for sale and our freezer is full of frozen cherries once again. 

We've been bustling in the market, displaying new things, cleaning, and rearranging. 

New quilted patterns, and pretty new pottery.

New quilted patterns, and pretty new pottery.

One week of sunshine makes a big difference in the greenhouse! 

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New Annuals! Part 2: Hanging Baskets

We've added some spectacular new colors to a couple of our favorite hanging basket lines this year. Superbells and Supertunias are fantastic bloomers with lots of color. We couldn't resist combing the new with the old, in our color-mixedbaskets, listed at the end. Read on to hear from our greenhouse manager Kaisa, what brand new flowers you'll find on our hanging baskets lines this year!

Superbells

-Superbells Holy Moly (newly available for 2016 from Proven Winners) We are all pretty excited for the Holy Moly. They're different looking from any other Superbells. We think customers will like them a lot.  We also planted Holy Moly in a mix hanging basket with Superbells Pink.
- Superbells Evening Star (newly available for 2016 from Proven Winners).   We also planted this one in hanging baskets with Superbells Plum and Superbells Yellow. This might be my favorite Superbells mix.


Supertunia Honey

Supertunia Honey

Supertunia Picaso in Blue

Supertunia Picaso in Blue

Violet Star Charm

Violet Star Charm

 

Supertunias

     - Supertunia Picasso in Blue (newly available for 2016 from Proven Winners)
     - Supertunia Honey (newly available for 2016 from Proven Winners)
     - Supertunia Surfinia Deep Red (newly available for 2016 from Proven Winners)
Supertunia Violet Star Charm (newly available for 2016 from Proven Winners)

New Supertunia mixed hanging baskets added:

     - Violet Star Charm, Morning Glory Charm
     - Rose Blast Charm, Sangria Charm
     - Surfinia Deep Red, White, and Royal Velvet

Other New Hanging Baskets....

Portulaca Purslane Mojave Yellow

Portulaca Purslane Mojave Yellow

We have a new trailing Vinca hanging basket, in dark red. We have never had any type of Vinca in hanging baskets before. Our rep, Phil, told us these grow beautifully, and people love them. I am most excited to see how these turn out. (new to us)

Portulaca Purslane Mojave Yellow (newly available for 2016 from Proven Winners) 

New Annuals for 2016! Part 1: 4.5" Pots

For the first in our series of "New Annuals" blog posts, let's talk about 4.5" pots! This area of the greenhouse is my favorite place to look when I put together container gardens and mixed hanging baskets. We have a great selection of Proven Winners in many textures and colors, and these plants are particularly enthusiastic and robust! Trailing, upright, folliage, or flowers - you can create any look, from simple and sophisticated, to raucous and colorful. Our greenhouse manager Kaisa filled  me in on what's new for 4.5" pots....

New Superbells

 Superbells Holy Moly (newly available for 2016 from Proven Winners). We are all pretty excited for Holy Moly. They're different looking from any other Superbells. We think customers will like them a lot.
Superbells Evening Star (newly available for 2016 from Proven Winners)

New Supertunias

Supertunia Honey (newly available for 2016 from Proven Winners)
Supertunia Picasso in Blue (newly available for 2016 from Proven Winners)
Supertunia Surfinia Deep Red (newly available for 2016 from Proven Winners)
Supertunia Violet Star Charm (newly available for 2016 from Proven Winners)

Other New varieties...

This year we have Citronella available in the greenhouse, in 4 1/2" pots!
Come in and look for Geranium Sweet Scented Mimosa (by customer request)  We also added a variety of really neat looking annual succulents to the greenhouse this year, in 4 1/2" pots.

- Browalia Endless Flirtation (new variety for 2016 from Proven Winners)
- Coleus Fishnet Stockings (new to us)
- Lantana Bandana Cherry
- Lantana Pinkberry Blend (new variety for 2016 from PW)
- Angelonia Wedgwood Blue (new to us)

Succulents!

We also added a variety of really neat looking annual succulents to the greenhouse this year, in 4 1/2" pots. 

Kirby's 2016 CSA

The snow can come and go. ... and come and go again, we're ready for Kirby's CSA, 2016!

A Full share of produce from the month of August.

A Full share of produce from the month of August.

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This year our CSA season is 23 weeks long, going from June 14th to November 19th. That's a full range of homegrown fruits and vegetables, spring, summer, and fall - from peas and rhubarb to apples and winter squash. This year we're trying out turnips and broccoli rabe, adding those two delicious veggies to our existing line up of over 30 different types of produce. 

To learn more, visit our CSA page where you'll find FAQs,  examples of CSA shares, pickup location options, and comments from past members. Check out our produce calender for more information on what we grow and when. When you're ready to sign up, head over to our online store and we'll see you in June!

If you'd like to hear about our CSA in person, check back soon! We'll be posting about our annual informational meetings by the weekend. One will take place at the Ogden Farmer's Library, the second will be located at the farm market.   

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The Greenhouse is Coming Alive!

After just a few days, the empty metal and concrete structure of our Big House is filling up with tiny green  life! 

Tim Kirby transplants tomato seedlings while Kaisa and Stephanie plant hanging baskets in the background. Bay 2 is filling up! 

Tim Kirby transplants tomato seedlings while Kaisa and Stephanie plant hanging baskets in the background. Bay 2 is filling up! 

The five gallon patio tomatoes have a great start. By May they'll be over two feet high and loaded with plenty of blossoms, green fruit, and some ripe tomatoes.  

The five gallon patio tomatoes have a great start. By May they'll be over two feet high and loaded with plenty of blossoms, green fruit, and some ripe tomatoes.

 

A few of the hundreds of hanging baskets we grow, ready to be planted. 

A few of the hundreds of hanging baskets we grow, ready to be planted. 

  Tiny superbells are snug in their new homes. If you've ever visited our greenhouse in May, you know how spectacular they'll look in just a few months!

  Tiny superbells are snug in their new homes. If you've ever visited our greenhouse in May, you know how spectacular they'll look in just a few months!

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In Season Now: Mid-September

Homegrown Vegetables: Sweet Pepeprs, Hot Peppers, Kale, Swiss Chard, Broccoli, Cabbage

Homegrown Fruit: Apples, Prunes, Peaches (until 9/20), Mini Cantaloupe, Cantaloupe, Tomatoes

Locally Grown Produce: Bartlett Pears, Concord Grapes, Potatoes, Sweet Corn

It's a gorgeous time of yea! A little summer produce is still hanging on, while Fall fruits and vegetables begin to fill our tables. 

Tomatoes are in full swing right now. The field is full of beautiful red plum, regular round, and San Marzano tomatoes. Call to place your order for a bushel or three!

Peppers are also peaking. Bushels of beautiful red peppers come in from the field every day, along with green bell peppers, sweet Italian, sweet Hungarian, jalapeno, and hot cherry bomb peppers. 

Peaches are pretty much finished for the season. We still have babygold (our favorite peach for canning) and some regular freestone peaches, but they'll be finished by the end of the week.

our favorite recipes to make this time of year: 

Broccoli SoupKale and White Bean SoupLentil Soup with Swiss ChardMoroccan Eggplant StewMarinated Eggplant, with VariationsRoasted Red PeppersGarlicky Fridge Pickles, Late Summer SaladChocolate Beet Cake

Meanwhile, we can't hold Fall back any longer! Pumpkins are popping up in the market, our cooler is full of fresh, sweet cider, and new apple varieties come in every day. Today we got our first delivery of McIntosh!

This cool rainy weather let's us take a breather to enjoy a fresh apple, some apple cider (a nice steaming hot cup on a cold day) and maybe a cookie from Gregr'ry's. 

Our Own Raw Honey!

Available Now

Last fall we put honey out for sale, from our own bees, for the first time.  Each season has it's own distinct flavor profile and color. You can find them for sale in our market right now! 

Spring Honey comes mostly from Apple Blossoms and Locust Tree Blossoms. The result is a beautiful light golden color, and an equally light flavor. We think you'll notice some nice fruity and floral notes. This is one of the most unusual and distinctive honeys we've tasted.

Our Summer Honey is made while the most plentiful blossoms on the farm are the wildflowers that fill every nook and cranny. Clover is one of the most common wildflowers. We describe it as "fruity and tart with flavors of ripe fruit and caramelized sugar." This honey has the most typical, neutral, honey flavor.

In Autumn, our bees collect pollen mostly from Goldenrod and wild Asters. The flavor is "rich, smooth, and mellow, with notes of raisin".

Buckwheat is another distinctively flavored honey. A field of buckwheat will keep bees very busy and producing a lot of honey! Our buckwheat honey is milder in flavor than other buckwheat honeys we've tried (the flavor can be very strong and dark). We describe our buckwheat honey as "Sunny, with a powerful, deep sweetness and a hint of molasses."


New, Coming Soon!

Honeycomb is a luscious bite of thin compartments of chewy beeswax, full of sweet honey. If you've never tried it before, it's worth it! Packaged in one pound containers, honeycomb will be for sale on our shelves soon.

Large, three pound jars of summer honey, and beautiful tall corked jars will also be in our honey cupboard soon.