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Indigo Farms Fall Events

Posted 9/9/2011 9:31pm by Sam Bellamy.

      Farm Heritage Day is October 1 and Pumpkin day is October 15. Pick your own pumpkins are Saturday mornings and pretty much all day during Farm Heritage Day and Pumpkin Day. There will be some afternoons for the pumpkin patch as well. Tours and night time hay rides are by reservations. 
         The possibility of severe storms concerned early in August but it appears that the ocean is cooling off somewhat and such storms are not as probable. It makes preparations difficult if you think 70 - 85 miles an hour winds may be coming. Now it appears we could have some very good weather. So begin looking for updates on the Fall season.
         Meanwhile the grape juice is being made. If you haven't tried it, it is definitely worth trying. We still have figs, young squash and cucumbers. Beans and peas are beginning to come in. It won't be too long before persimmons will be ripe.

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Spring is Coming! 

We're excited about the changing season as we plant more lettuce, seed trays with warmer season crops, transplant tiny tomato plants into larger trays and protect the earliest strawberry blossoms from frost. 

We've harvesting a rainbow of crops from bright red radishes and dark green spinach to carrots and colorful chard. 

I've already seen a few red strawberries and can't wait for Spring to arrive with buckets of juicy berries!

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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