Monday, June 11, 2018


      We are now harvesting loquat. They are the little orange tropical fruit that indicates that summer fruit is on its way.  Between its fuzzy skin and smooth brown seed is sweet juicy flesh that often bring back memories of a neighborhood tree that kids were prone to frequent.  Peaches are starting to show up but rather inconsistently.  Some days we have them and some days we don't.  It is best to call ahead. 
        The mulberry crop has disappeared.  Something has been eating them off the tree before we get a chance to pick them.  We, along with many mulberry fans are very disappointed.  
       In the vegetable department we have a few winter vegetables from BarleyOats Farm.  Their season will be ending soon.  From the Otow Orchard gardens we are starting to harvest summer squash and beans.  We hope to have some Asian cucumbers in a week.

May to January Hours:
Tu to Sat:   10 am to 6 pm
Sun:            10 am to 5 pm
Closed on Mondays

Here's what we have in the farm stand from Otow Orchard:
Peaches (limited supply)
Eureka lemons 
Valencia oranges

Hoshigaki  (No longer available though Mail Order. )
Frozen Hachiya persimmon pulp  
Dried Asian pears
Calendula Salve Otow Orchard Honey 
Summer squash

This is what we have from other producers:
Winter vegetables from Barley Oats Farm
 Blueberries from Sunnyslope Farm
Jams from The Good Stuff
Eggs from Two Feather Farm
Honey (wildflower) from Top O' The Hill Apiary

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