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We are open Wednesday from 9-12. Below is what you will find at our market. The next on-farm Saturday morning market is August 3rd.

Here’s what’s on the table this week:

Tomatoes!: Big Red Slicers, ‘Juliets’ & ‘Brad’s Atomic Grape’, Sungold orange cherry tomatoes, Summer Squash, Zucchini, Carrots,  Microgreens, microcilantro, Okra, Cucumbers, Sweet peppers, Hot Peppers, Shishito Peppers, Aji Dulce Peppers (Habanero flavor without the heat!) Eggplant, Basil, Lime Basil (a favorite for making sun tea around here!), Onions, Garlic, Lettuce, Cabbage,  Flower Bouquets and Figs!!!!

Yogurt & Granola from Pecan Point Farm, Meat and Eggs from Turntime Farm, Lamb from Fall Line Farm in Auburn, Local Honey from Mica Hill Farm is back! Turmeric Golden Paste, Goat Cheese from Bulger Creek Farm,  Farm-Made Chocolate with farm grown flavors like strawberry, ginger, and rosemary mint. Goddess Ghee, clarified butter made from grass-fed cow’s milk. New Product: Lauren’s Specialty Foods (From Columbus): Basil Pesto(Our Basil!), Sundried Tomato Pesto, Lemon Herb Salad Dressing, Pimiento Cheese.

Sue’s B’s Granola Bars will be available as well as: Sourdough bread from Amazing Grace will NOT be here this week. Other baked goodies like scones, muffins, and sunflower seed cookies from Emerald Acres Farm.

Flower Design Workshop

Come to the farm to cut your own flowers fresh from the field and then learn how to make the most beautiful bouquet with Floral Designer Heather Peebles of Tiger Lillies Floral (Hamilton, Georgia).  You’ll take home the charming bouquet YOU cut and created in a mason jar “vase.” A beautiful way to spend a Saturday morning!

Saturday, August 10th, 2019   9:00 to 11:00 a.m  $25 per person

Kids 6 and older welcome with close parent supervision and they can make a bouquet to take home as well, Cost for kids 6-12 is $12

**You must pre-register by emailing**


Flower bouquets going out for CSA members. We also have them for sale at the On Farm Market.

Thanks to a generous loan from a CSA member, we have integrated a new planting tool into our system. This is called the ‘paper pot transplanter’. We start seeds in special paper pot chains in the greenhouse, place them on this tool when they are ready, and each plant slides off the transplanter and into the soil as the operator walks backwards. It makes planting tedious crops like watermelon radish, beets, green onion, and lettuce so much faster.



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