We thank all of our customers who have visited the farm during this very unusual season. In the midst of pandemic, challenging weather and growing conditions, and all of the uncertainty that goes with them, you have been anchors of support for our small business. We now begin the process of preparing for next season: pruning raspberries, continuing to establish a new 3-acre strawberry field , and growing healthy plants that will go into winter in good condition.
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Alternative Gardning: Collecting Strawberry Seeds. Growing berries is one of the easiest ways to produce nutritious home grown food! Check out our guide to getting the best crops of delicious berries year after year! Ta da! Buy a strawberry plant, p…. It seems you can never have enough strawberries in our house — so planting our own patch at the farm a few years back became a priority.
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Ooh boy, summertime. Pollen wafts on the warm winds while the sun beats down, a hummingbird flits by and the hyperactive beating of its wings buzzes through your ears; you feel it more than you hear it. Warm soil beneath your feet and calico cloud shapes in the sky above. And raspberries? Forget about it. The only solution to your edible woes is to plant your own berry patch. Most berries require carefully prepared soils and growing areas to grow to their fullest, and they require regular care to do their best. But for that brave, maybe foolhardy gardener, a berry patch will pay back the sweat and labor poured into it with the most delectable fruit you can imagine. Without exception, berry patches need access to full-sun conditions and good drainage in rich, fertile soil.