Monday, July 27, 2015: Sunny and Hot with light winds

Hot sunny couple of days ahead.  While me thinks the humidity won’t be excessive today, light winds and intense sun means excessive heat when you are in the sun this afternoon.  Shade and drinking plenty of water will be a great help if you have to do physical outside work this afternoon.


Excerpts from our weekly e-newsletter:

When we started picking our PF1 peaches several weeks ago we have had several customers surprised to hear that the peaches came from our own orchards since we started picking and selling them a couple weeks ago… Read More


With regards to sweet corn, keep in mind that all the sweet corn that we sell inside our market is picked the same day — often several times a day.  However, we have had an influx this year… Read More

What we will be having today:

Large-eared, sweet and tender bi-color (yellow and white) Sweet Corn

Sweet, juicy, super flavorful peaches

Quinte summer apples

Young and tender green and yellow beans


$25 a bushel for 2 or more bushels

1 bushel: $30

1/2 bushel: $16

Slicing and pickling cucumbers

36 pickling cucumbers for $6

Zucchini and yellow summer squash

Freshly pulled Crunchy Crimson red radishes that are sweet and mildly spicy.

Freshly dug RedGold potatoes (red skin with yellow flesh), Red Norland potatoes (red skin with white flesh) and Yukon Gold potatoes (yellow skin with gold flesh).

Sweet and mild Newaygo Newaygo sweet yellow onions and red onions by the pound

Beautiful large heads of Broccoli

Freshly pulled sweet carrots

Red and golden Beets with tops

Cut sunflowers

SunSugar cherry tomatoes

Green Bell Peppers

Jalapeno Peppers

Later today we will be picking

Fruit trees and shrubs, perennial and annual flowers and ornamental plants and many kinds of herbs!


$20 each for any fruit tree, only $6 per rhubarb plant, 3 Angel Trumpets for only $20, and purchase 4 or more of any 1-year-old blueberry bush for only $7 each or purchase 4 or more of any 2-year-old blueberry bush for only $10 each.

Also, we have lots of dried gourds for crafting and making birdhouses! Browse through our pile near the side of the greenhouse!

Stay updated throughout the week for more crops ripening through this daily blog and our Facebook.


Watch our new YouTube video! Growing pickle time-lapse!

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