Saturday ARTfarmstand 10am – 12 noon

A Christmas wreath made of different types of ARTfarm hot peppers

Ho-ho-hot! Spice up your holiday with some hot peppers from ARTfarm!

Saturday farmstand! Knock out your holiday shopping gift list with some delicious sustainably grown produce that will not induce any guilt or clutter someone’s home! Tons of sweet salad mix, loads of baby spicy salad greens, teen spicier salad mix (hail up Brian Bishop), baby arugula, beautiful variety of cucumbers, watermelon, garlic chives, Italian basil, Thai basil, lemon basil, mint, baby bok choy, dandelion greens, young turmeric, nice variety of hot peppers including Serrano’s, Thai chilies, large cayenne peppers, butternut squash, fresh Mediterranean figs, and cut zinnia flowers. Also native and fig trees make wonderful gifts!

Farmstands have been on the slow side so far this season – meaning not a huge line at the beginning. The first couple of customers will have first pick of the first cherry tomatoes of this season. But for most everything else, coming later or even at the end of the farmstand you’ll find a well-stocked farmstand! 10am – 12 noon on the South Shore!

ARTfarm Open now 3-5pm, bumper crop of watermelon, lots of beautiful salad greens

Wednesday Super Salads 3-5pm

We always grow various varieties. Choose your favorite!

ARTfarm Wednesday farmstand, 3-5pm: Lots of sweet salad mix, baby arugula, baby spicy salad mix, nice mixture of cucumbers, small butternut squashes, garlic chives, Italian basil, mint, and for early birds: watermelon and fresh Mediterranean figs!

We have an assortment of native trees and fig trees for sale — hopefully we will get some good steady rain and everyone’s yards will bloom!

Saturday 10am – 12 noon, ARTfarm Greens & MORE

Saturday farmstand: loads and loads of sweet salad mix, baby spicy salad mix, baby arugula, cucumbers (Japanese thin skin small seeded), large radishes, purple long beans, Italian basil, lemon basil, Thai basil, garlic chives, mint, turmeric, zinnia flowers, and for the early birds we will have nice figs and watermelon!!

10am – 12 noon on S. Shore Rd. between Ha’Penny Beach and the Boy Scout Camp, near the old stone cattle pens.

We have had our salad greens available all the way till the end of the farmstand, so please know you can come near the end if it be greens you seek!

ARTfarm OPEN Wednesday 3 – 5pm

Wednesday farmstand: lots of sweet salad mix, lots of baby spicy salad mix, baby arugula, good amounts of watermelon, Italian basil, Thai basil, garlic chives, mint, tons and tons of red noodle beans (sweet, crunchy and delicious raw or cooked), a few butternut , turmeric, and green chilies!

Early birds will get cucumbers and a few bags of fresh figs! 3 to 5 PM down the South Shore.

One more early bird special…

… sometimes Farmer Luca has a little secret crop hiding in the fields… Little morning surprises! Come on out this morning 10 AM to 12 noon, we’ve got a few of these beautiful small yellow watermelons.

WHAAAT?! Open THIS Saturday 10am – 12pm – MORE SALAD!!

Farmer Bob with part of this morning’s haul!

We hope everyone had a warm and hug filled holiday! Thank goodness for post-over-eating salad! Stay healthy this season! Munch on some crisp green fall salads! 

ARTfarm Saturday 10-12pm: Thanksgiving is over but you shouldn’t stop eating! The lettuces didn’t stop growing so we are opening again right away! Tons of sweet salad mix, baby arugula, baby spicy salad mix picked fresh! A few lettuce heads also!

Early bird specials (smaller quantities) butternut, cucumbers, rosemary!

Red noodle yard long greenbeans! Sooo yummy!

Have you tried our large Neapolitan radishes (spicy eaten raw, cooked taste like turnips), or the purple yard long beans (crunchy yummy raw or classic cooked or pickled)?? These red greenbeans put a whole new twist on the classic casserole)! They are so similar to bodhi beans, your neighbors will never know! 

For Saturday we’ve got green chili peppers to add some spice to your holiday recovery. Fresh herbs give everything a delicious pop: Italian basil, Thai basil, lemon basil, garlic chives, mint, lemongrass, baby turmeric. Did we mention the rosemary? The rosemary is off the chain folks. Gives that amazing holiday scent to a room or flavor to holiday dishes, breads, ooh la la.

Every petal of a zinnia flower has a seed at its base. When your zinnia flowers are spent, toss them into the garden and some new ones may sprout!

Don’t forget eco-friendly holiday gifts, give someone a beautiful tree or plant to make the world a better place! We’ve got native trees, fig trees, and for the host of the next holiday party you attend, beautiful zinnia flowers (free seed packet in every flower! Thank you nature!).

This has been a challenging production season so far, lots of changes in soil condition, pest populations shifting, and not enough rain in the rain barrels, so come and enjoy the bounty and live in the moment! Do a rain dance this weekend! And stick up for the planet every chance you get!

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