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Indigo Farms update July 29

Posted 7/29/2012 8:20pm by Sam Bellamy.

     It is watermelon time! Our seedless watermelons are coming in with two surprises. First they have a wonderful flavor , the best flavor of any watermelons we have had all year. Secondly, they have some seeds. These are usually small and few but we believe you should be aware that you may have seeds. We don’t really know why.But if you love watermelon this is your time. Also we have a different new type of cantaloupe that has been well received. The flavor of this melon is rated very high as well. Our tomatoes are coming in well. The bean and pea crop is waiting on the next crop which should be in August. Peaches are finished on the farm but we are bringing in some very good quality peaches which can be purchased by the basket.
   If anyone is interested in learning to dye with indigo we may be able to teach you. Please contact us very soon.

Debbie Plew said,
8/2/2012 @ 7:36 am
I am wondering if you have any pick your fruits? If so what are they? Do you know of any pick your own farm?
Thank you,
Debbie Plew
Maria said,
8/4/2012 @ 6:46 pm
Can you please tell me if it's to late for plum tomatoes? I would need a bushel to make sauce. And if it is late, what month can they be picked so that I can mark my calendar for next year. Also do you have pick your own tomatoes? Thank you.
Sara said,
8/10/2012 @ 11:10 am
I am a Girl Scout leader and would be interested in information about dying with indigo. There is usually an activity day in Ravenel, SC doing that, but it's just too far to drive. If we could do something like that here, it would be SUPER!!
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