People liked picking free flowers at the open house. This week flowers will cost the picker. We also have tomatoes and peppers. I tasted the variety of cantaloupe that we planted and I have to admit that I am not wild about them. So I will offer those free to anyone who wants to try them. The variety is Minnesota Midget. I selected them because they ripen quickly and have short vines. The catalog also said that they were tasty. But come taste for yourself. We will be open this Sunday from 1 to 4pm. at 6060 Holladay Roa
We are celebrating eating fresh, local, and healthy. The open house is Sunday, August 25 from 1-4pm. Come out and pick a free bouquet of flowers. There may be melons, tomatoes, and peppers to pick and purchase...depending. Mother Nature rules so there are no guarantees. The open house is supported by Circle Garden Farm and Highland Quality Living.
The circle garden is groomed and ready for inspection. We never did till the ground. We split the sod with a subsoiler, and dropped in plants or seeds. This system seemed to work well. Everything is growing, and we have grass to walk on as we pick ripe fruits and bouquets of flowers.