Wednesdays will continue… until morale improves. 3pm

We’ve been growing fresh Mediterranean figs at ARTfarm for about seven years now. We’re having a nice bumper crop this season, probably thanks to all the heavy rains in November. They are sweet and delicate and incredible!

Happy Wednesday everyone! The bounty continues. From 3 PM until 4:30 PM, the farmstand will be open on the South shore.

We’ve got tons of tomatoes, plenty of sweet salad mix, loads of fresh figs, cooking greens, dandelion greens, endive, assorted lettuce heads, Italian basil, Thai basil, lemon basil, cilantro, garlic chives, dill, radishes, baby ginger, all of our assorted peppers (from super spicy to not hot), butternut and Thai pumpkin, and zinnia flowers. Earlybirds will also get watermelon and cucumbers, two crops that are starting to wane.

Anyone who might happen to be in St. Thomas Friday night (Feb. 1) should check out the opening of Seven Minus Seven gallery’s new exhibition ‘Debris Field,’ featuring St. Croix artists Mike Walsh and Farmer Luca Gasperi along with gallery owner Clay Jones showing sculpture, paintings and photography around the theme of hurricane recovery. Check out sevenminusseven.org for more information.

We just want to keep thanking all our amazing customers for your positivity, your unwavering support, your smiling faces (even when we open five minutes late because we are scrambling to get everything ready for you), and your persistence in coming all the way to see us. Thank you!

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