August 5, 2015

Welcome to August! The farmer’s market this week was filled with basil, tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, and melons. All the first signs of the late summer season! The late summer season at my house started with a clutch of chicks hatching … Continued

July 29, 2015

This week marks the end of the first half of our season. The veggie slump is over and this week your basket will be overflowing with delicious vegetables. We are also including the last pluots of the season, a larger variety … Continued

July 22, 2015

Thank goodness we finally got some rain! Along with the humidity, everyone’s crops must be overjoyed. We’re beginning to leave the mid-season slump and get more tomatoes and summer squash, and will be getting cucumbers and eggplants just around the … Continued

July 15, 2015

I am back from cool, wet Colorado and just slightly disappointed that the monsoons haven’t made their full arrival here yet. The weeds in my garden sure seem to be happy though, so I hope the cooler weather last week … Continued

July 8, 2015

We hope you had a great holiday weekend! I am up in Colorado this week celebrating with my extended family and enjoying the cooler temperatures, so I am a little out of touch with the happenings down in the Verde … Continued

July 1, 2015

More and more is coming into season and it is so exciting to be able to share new produce with you. This week, I harvested my shallots, and Denise, of Our Green Acres in Page Springs, has harvested enough for … Continued

June 24, 2015

Well, the heat sure turned up this past week, and hopefully the monsoons are soon to follow. This week, we will be adding more ice to the coolers to ensure that your produce stays cool and fresh. We apologize if … Continued

June 17, 2015

Did you enjoy last week’s blackberries? They are a sign that summer is truly upon us. Another sign of summer is vacation, so if you are planning any trips this summer, please remember to find someone to pick up your … Continued

June 3, 2015

Well, it seems that Summer has arrived in full force, which means that things will really start speeding up in the fields. In no time we will be enjoying tomatoes, peppers, and eggplants. For now we can enjoy Spring greens, the … Continued