Smirk’s first week with us was beautifully successful and we do hope you enjoyed the tasty treats! Nicole will join us with SAMPLES on Wednesday so come see us, meet your ice cream maker!
The Krafty Kupboard has a LOT of products back in stock this week including honey wheat bread, challah bread, several types of hummus, granola, superfood trailmix and much more! Stock up this week! With summer farmers markets also up and running, Stephanie will be restocking on at least a bi-monthly schedule! Take advantage.
Annie May’s Gluten-Free Goodies will also be set up with samples and extras for sale… what a sweet week!
Linda at Dogwood Valley Greenhouse sends this note:
Dogwood Valley Greenhouse has lots and lots of herbs available! We have both plants in gallon pots, and fresh-cut harvested herbs for those who may not have a good garden place for the plants. You can order a large amount of fresh-cut herbs to liven up your summer cooking… or a giant amount to dehydrate and save for winter. You can even order a beautiful large hanging herb garden which would be a very special gift.
Perennials blooming now include: balloon flower, daylilies, coneflowers (in limited supply), Dianthus and Gaura continuing from early spring, coral bells, salvia, sedums, Stokes asters, Tradescantia, and Yarrows. The Shasta daisies are about to begin blooming any minute now. Of course the plants which have gone out of bloom are also still available for purchase, but you should always consider the time of bloom when purchasing perennial plants.
All the various types of ferns look great too, and will do well in the shady garden next to their more colorful friends. I have added a couple of new flowering hanging baskets, and also brought back some old favorites.
Frontier Family Farm has BLUEBERRIES! YES! Also available is baby bok choi and White Kohlrabi.
The Krafty Kubpoard sends this note:
Farrar Farm has 8 ounce burger patties ready for your backyard feast!
Sweet Pea has these interesting pods called Rat Tail Radishes and brought a few last week to sample. Amazing bean-like pods! A delicacy in India, this radish does not produce an edible root, but a delicious, bean-like seed pod. This radish was introduced in 1866 at the International Horticultural Exposition in London.
A touch of spice and very tasty!
See ya on the porch!
Tracey & Ashleigh