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Posted 1/31/2019 9:14am by Sam Bellamy.

 

As we wrap up January and move closer to Spring we're excited by some of the changes that have taken place this month! Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for frequent photo updates.

In the Field: We completed our first large high tunnel and have almost finished the second one. The first is already planted with the little spinach, chard, and beets from the greenhouse and alongside them we've direct seeded carrots and arugula. In our DIY field tunnel the radishes and cool season greens are just getting ready for harvest! 

In the Greenhouse: in anticipation of warmer weather, snow peas are growing in trays, getting a head start on Spring. We have more lettuce, broccoli, cabbage, and collards just coming up. Waiting on a warmer day, the kale is ready to go into the field where it can do some serious growing! 

The ICI: We're at The International Culinary Institute of Myrtle Beach at Market Common on Thursdays from 1:00 - 6:00. The selection of produce varies from week to week, depending on how things are growing. As the crops in the tunnels continue to mature and the lettuce and onions in the field get larger we'll have more and more to bring! We also have expanded our selection of All Natural, Non-GMO grits, cornmeal, and Carolina Gold rice from Geechie Boy Mill in SC. 

Our Farm Market: During these shorter, colder days in the beginning of the year most of the crops grow very slowly. Due to this, we have closed the market for the month of January and most of February. We will RE-OPEN as the days get longer and warmer and many of the plants reach a growth stage that allows us to harvest. 

Posted 1/7/2019 12:59pm by Sam Bellamy.

Happy New Year! 

With the New Year we've made some seasonal changes and adjusted our hours.  

Our Farm Market: During these shorter, colder days in the beginning of the year most of the crops grow very slowly. Due to this, we have closed the market for the month of January and most of February. We will RE-OPEN as the days get longer and warmer and many of the plants reach a growth stage that allows us to harvest. 

The ICI: Starting this week (Jan. 10th) we will be back at The International Culinary Institute of Myrtle Beach at Market Common! This market is on Thursdays from 1:00 - 6:00. We have harvested some Shiitake Mushrooms that showed up during this recent mild weather we've had. The Micro-greens in the greenhouse are ready to harvest, as well as some of the cool season Turnips, Mustard, and Tender Greens

In the Field: We have baby beets, baby radishes, little spinach plants, and tiny turnips growing in some covered beds in the field. The cover protects them and allows them to grow a little more quickly than otherwise this time of year. We also have lettuce plants and onions in the field that we're looking forward to harvesting once they grow big enough. 

In the Greenhouse: In addition to the Micro-greens we've been growing in the greenhouse, there are more beets, kale, chard, and onions growing in trays until they are big enough to go out to the field. 

 

Posted 12/19/2018 1:27pm by Sam Bellamy.

It's hard to believe that Christmas is next week! Whether you're preparing those favorite seasonal dishes or trying out some new recipes we have local produce and products to help. Our Farm Market has Indigo Farm's Own fresh greens, turnips and farm-pressed apple cider. We even harvested some shiitake mushrooms this week! The collards and sweet potatoes are locally grown. The pecans, cornmeal, grits and honey are from SC while the mountain grown apples, molasses and apple butter are from NC,

The Farm Market will be OPEN this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 10:00 - 4:00. This is the final week of our 2018 season! Our Farm Market will RE-OPEN in 2019 as the days start getting longer. This allows many of our winter crops some time to grow. 

 Merry Christmas Y'all! 

PS we'll be back at the International Culinary Institute of Myrtle Beach at Market Common in January!

Posted 12/12/2018 7:16am by Sam Bellamy.

We've added new items just in time for Christmas! Stop in our Farm Market and pick up some Sweet Soulshine or Angry Cukes pickles made by the Doux South company in Georgia. From the Geechie Boy Mill in SC we've got Carolina Gold Rice, White Cornmeal, White Grits and Yellow Grits. 

During December our Farm Market is OPEN on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 10:00 - 4:00. Our fresh Indigo Farms Mustard Greens, Turnip Greens, Arugula and tender greens are delicious! The locally grown Collards are beautiful too. Don't forget about our SC Pecans, both shelled or unshelled and our SC Grown Sweet Potatoes! We still have our Indigo Farms made Apple Cider too. 

For our gift baskets we have a variety of NC, SC, and GA made products including Sorghum Cane Molasses, Jams/Preserves, and Foothills Sugar Cured country ham. Also Organic Maple Syrup from Vermont, Honey, Fruitcake, and other sweet treats. You can also add any of our produce to make a unique gift sure to delight!

Posted 12/3/2018 10:55am by Sam Bellamy.

Our Farm Market hours have changed for December. We are now open from 10:00 - 4:00. Starting on Wednesday the 5th we will be open on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. 

Our greens are still beautiful. The mushrooms have been growing quite a bit lately and the local collards are so tasty!

Looking for a unique gift idea? Try our Create-Your-Own Christmas Baskets! Combine products from our market with produce and a beautiful basket to design a custom gift that's sure to please. Adding baked goodies from Moka Cafe next door is always a delicious option!

 

 

Posted 11/27/2018 6:07am by Sam Bellamy.

Our Farm Market is open regular hours this week (Mon-Sat,9-5). 

We will NOT be at the International Culinary Institute this week due to out of town family. 

Next Thursday from 1-6 will be our last day at the International Culinary Institute for 2018. We're looking forward to seeing y'all next week! We'll be back when the market reopens in January. 

Posted 11/19/2018 3:23pm by Sam Bellamy.

Happy Thanksgiving Y'all! 

 

For Thanksgiving week our Farm Market will be open Tuesday and close early on Wednesday at 1:00. We will reopen on Monday.

The International Culinary Institute at Market Common is having their market TOMORROW from 1-6.

The Myrtle Beach Farmers Market will be Wednesday from 9-3. This is our last day at Myrtles Market for this year.

Posted 11/17/2018 8:40pm by Sam Bellamy.

We are getting ready for the holidays and looking forward to spending some time with family! Let us help you prepare for Thanksgiving, Christmas Parties, or any special gathering with those near and dear.

We are harvesting mustard and turnip greens on the farm. These local sweet potatoes are very good and we still have the apples that have been in demand all fall! Our farm-pressed apple cider and muscadine grape juice are available while supplies last. There is local honey, molasses, and other syrups and preserves in the farm market to help with holiday food prep too.    

For those who times when you don't know what to make, let the ladies at Moka Cafe help! They opened the cafe right next to the Farm Market in July and have been a welcome addition to the local community. Their baked treats and pies are made with love and bursting with delicious flavors. These homemade delights are sure to be welcome at any gathering. They can be reached at (910)287-6652 or drop in when you visit the farm. Moka Cafe hours are breakfast - 3:30

Posted 10/29/2018 2:42pm by Sam Bellamy.

Starting this week, the Myrtle Beach Farmer's Market will be open on Wednesdays from 9:00 - 3:00. We will NOT be there on Fridays and Saturdays. 

The Thursday market at the International Culinary Institute at Market Common will still be from 1:00 - 6:00. 

The Farm Market will continue with the same 9:00 - 5:00 hours. 

We're got a variety of mountain apples at all markets as well as other seasonal favorites. 

Ask about our Apple Cider, pressed here at the farm!

It's not too late to reserve an Evening Hayride & Bonfire! 

  

   

Posted 10/25/2018 8:51pm by Sam Bellamy.

 

Just wanted to let everyone know that the Arkansas Black apples are available right now!

We also have Cranberries, Walnuts, Pecans, and Chestnuts available by the pound so you can get as few as you need and exactly the right amount for that favorite recipe. 

This Saturday (Oct 27th) is the last chance to take a hayride to the Pumpkin Patch. Event hours are 10-2. 

 

Have a great weekend!

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Cool season greens are growing, the Shittake mushroom logs are covered in delicious fungi, and we're getting ready to plant strawberries.

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