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Posted 6/18/2016 10:39pm by Sam Bellamy.
This is a very good time for blueberry picking. The field will be open Monday morning. We may start a little earlier than 8 and likely go until 10:30.
Posted 6/15/2016 3:32pm by Sam Bellamy.
 The blueberry fields should be open both Friday and Saturday mornings 8 to 10:30. The fruit has been very nice so far!
Posted 6/11/2016 5:12pm by Sam Bellamy.
 The blueberry field will be open for PYO from 8 am to 9 am Monday morning. We think it will be open again Wednesday morning for another short session. The fruit is ripening so the PYO season should be getting on a consistent schedule soon. Please bring something to take your berries home in. Thanks Sam  This is a wonderful picture from the past. The fruit is not at this stage now. The reason we are having a short initial PYO Monday is so people don't over pick the fruit.
Posted 5/27/2016 7:35pm by Sam Bellamy.
  Sarah will be at the Myrtle Market Saturday morning with a good supply of strawberries. The field continues to produce but the volume is low enough to limit PYO for now. It is a good time for squash and zucchini. Cucumbers are making their presence felt. The quality of these vegetables is at their prime.
   We will be open Monday as well. Have a great Memorial Day seasoned with honest hope and serious gratitude.
Posted 5/18/2016 7:08am by Sam Bellamy.

    The strawberry field will be open Thursday morning and Friday. Due to rain it will not be open Saturday unless the weather does some big time changes.

   The market has lots of good broccoli, kohlrabi, lettuce, dill, chard, greens. The squash and zucchini are excellent right now. Blueberries are beginning to come in. PYO looks like it will be about June 10th.  

  We are getting in some nice watermelons, beans and corn.  Most things that we have been buying ( out of season crops) are much better in quality.

  Organic strawberries are holding up well, we are picking excellent squash, kale comes in two different varieties and garlic will be ready as soon as it cures. 

Posted 5/8/2016 5:51pm by Sam Bellamy.
   With some drier weather the berries look better. The rains were a little hard on the fruit. The bushes keep adding fruit and people are really commenting on the quality and taste of the berries. The field should be open Monday through Saturday this week. This year crops like kale, chard , kohlrabi, radishes and spinach are somewhat late. But it is here. The kale, broccoli, chard have gotten some very positive comments. We have been working to pay more attention to soil quality and it seems to be reflecting on the crops.
Posted 5/2/2016 7:38am by Sam Bellamy.

Strawberry field is open for PYO today as long as the weather holds out. Fresh greens etc. in the market!

Posted 4/25/2016 8:10pm by Sam Bellamy.
This is a great time for Picking strawberries.
Mon- Sat. 8 am to 4:45 pm.
The market has some very good lettuce and other fresh farm items.
Posted 4/12/2016 6:49pm by Sam Bellamy.
Myrtle's Market will open Wednesday. Sarah will be there with veggies and lots of strawberries. The PYO field should be open everyday this week. We are grateful the cold weather did not damage the berries.
Posted 4/10/2016 7:07pm by Sam Bellamy.

The strawberry field will open at 8 am Monday. This week looks pretty good. Tuesday may have some clouds but we may still be able to open the field. The rest of the week looks good at this point.

  The market has some very good farm carrots. Winter carrots are far sweeter than spring and summer carrots. Curly mustard greens should be coming in well. Farm radishes, lettuce and more are fighting through some cool temperatures for April,  Soon things should be abundant.

  Be sure to check out the bakery and garden center as well.

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It will soon be pumpkin time! Pick your own will be begin October 1 and continue for the following 3 Saturdays. The Produce Market is open Monday through Saturday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.                                     

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