ARTfarm OPEN Wednesday 3-5:30

… If you could smell this picture… Fresh herbs!

Grab some fresh goodness for your holiday table! Wednesday afternoon farmstand: lots of sweet salad mix, baby arugula, loads of red noodle yard-long beans, loads of Italian basil, garlic chives, Thai basil, mint, lemongrass, lemon basil, beautiful zinnia flowers, rosemary and sage, and of course all of our native trees, pineapple slips etc.


ARTfarm reopens…today 3pm!

Farmer Luca seeding baby greens, cover crop blooming in the foreground.

ARTfarm Monday 3-5:30pm: sweet salad mix, large Neapolitan radishes (spicy eaten raw, cooked taste like turnips), purple yard long beans, Italian basil, Thai basil, lemon basil, garlic chives, mint, lemongrass, and native trees, fig trees, and beautiful zinnia flowers.

If we have some greens left over, we may open Wednesday afternoon as well.

We will be open Saturday mornings 10 AM to 12 noon starting next Saturday, December 7th.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

Dragons, mint, trees and; more: 10am Saturday

Many of our fruits grow under tree nets to prevent bird damage during the ripening phase. Dragonfruit are hand pollinated at night.

Last minute Saturday pop-up farmstand in the morning in our lovely yogarrific parking lot, 10am – 12 noon. This Saturday we will have many types of sweet dragonfruit, lots of them, loads of beautiful mint and summer savory (grown in the shade of young coconut palms), Italian basil, Thai basil, garlic chives, lemongrass, sage, rosemary, sweet potato greens, a few limes, and lots of drought tolerant native trees available.

Also fig trees and pineapple slips.

Come visit Farmer Luca!

Dragons Popping Up Saturday 11am – 12 noon

Eye-poppingly magenta colored dragonfruits are juicy and delicious! Local ones are generally sweeter than the ones imported in the grocery stores.

Still making repairs to the farmstand building so we will see you out front for this mini Saturday parking lot pop-up fruity farmstand, 11am to 12 noon.

Pink, red and white fleshed dragonfruit (pitahaya), sweet potato greens, mint, garlic chives, Italian basil, and for the yard or garden we have pineapple slips, fig trees, and native trees for sale!

If you need more than half a dozen pineapple slips please let us know ahead of time so we can prep them for you.

Parking-Lot Hurricane-Mango Pop-Up 11am-noon

ARTfarm Saturday parking lot pop up! We preemptively harvested all of our Haitian kidney mangoes in the face of the encroaching storm disaster Tuesday, and now they are ripe and ready to eat. So we will have Haitian kidney mangoes, figs, garlic chives, Italian basil, lemongrass, as well as lots of pineapple slips for planting, some native trees and a few fruit trees for sale.

We are setting up in the parking lot because we shuttered the farmstand for the cat 2 Hurricane Dorian with its 100mph winds which luckily never materialized.

If it goes like the last couple of pop-ups the fruit’s gonna be gone in about 25 minutes but we will still have fresh herbs, trees and pineapple slips for sale. So we open at 11am, get there a few minutes ahead of when you were planning!

ARTfarm PopUp Dragonfruit Saturday, 10 AM – 11 AM

One more harvest of dragonfruit for the time being, so come on out and say hello to Luca. Saturday morning tiny farmstand 10 to 11am. Pink and red fleshed dragonfruit, mint, Italian basil, Thai basil, garlic chives, sage, rosemary, and pineapple slips for sale, various native trees for sale, one lime tree for sale, one fig tree for sale.

There will be more fig trees for sale in a couple weeks so don’t panic, folks.

Thank you, we appreciate your support!

Wednesday Dragonfruit Pop-up, 3 – 5:30pm

ARTfarm is stirring! Come see Farmer Luca on Wednesday afternoon and possibly again on Saturday morning, if anything is left, for lots of dragonfruit! Deep red, pink and white fleshed.

We net our dragonfruit on the vines, leaving them until fully ripe.

We’ll also have some Haitian kidney mangos, small this season but ridiculously sweet and a farmer favorite, some fresh figs, mint, Italian basil, Thai basil, lemongrass, rosemary, scallions, four dozen fresh eggs…

Plus lots of pineapple slips and native trees available, and some fruit trees including figs, strawberry fruits, and limes!

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