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Update: 2/28/20

Posted 2/28/2020 1:47pm by Sam Bellamy.

As Spring approaches and the days get longer it's wonderful to have a little more light in the evenings while we cover strawberries and other tender crops to protect them from frost. The Pick-Your-Own field is full of lovely white and yellow blossoms and we're starting to see a few red berries here and there! 

We're harvesting some organic parsley, carrots and spinach as well as more delicious lettuce, colorful chard and crisp radishes. 

In the field we're weeding and watching over the young pea shoots, tilling the beds that grew our earlier lettuce crops to prepare them for seeding and preparing the field to plant tomatoes. In the greenhouse dozens of trays are growing tiny plants until they're big enough to be planted, while inside the barn we're cutting seed potatoes. 

Our Farm Market in the Calabash area is currently open on Saturdays from 9:00-4:00. With the arrival of April and our regular season this location will be open three days each week!

Every OTHER Wednesday we're at a market in Myrtle Beach located at 714 8th Ave N from 2:00 until 5:00.

Every Thursday we're at the International Culinary Institute of Myrtle Beach from 1:00-5:00. This is located at 920 Crabtree Ln, Myrtle Beach.

Once April arrives we'll be back at Myrtle's Market at the corner of Oak Street and 10th Ave in Myrtle Beach. 


Current News



Fall At Last!

We are loving the cooler weather that Fall has brought and so are the crops! 

Our collards are growing rapidly as are our raddishes and we can't wait to move our tiny lettuce plants from the greenhouse into the field. 

We are also very excited to be partnering with The Mocha Cafe & BBQ to host our Pumpkin Patch on Saturday Oct. 10th and 17th (10-2pm)!

We also have pumpkins available at all of our Market locations during the week. 

We have several Market Locations, each open on different days, with different hours. See the bottom of our Home Page for the details on each.  

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or calling 910-287-6794 during our Farm Market business hours each week.

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