Crop Report: Honeycrisp!

September 1, 2017

We are very excited to announce that Honeycrisp apples are back!

Honeycrisp is a customer favorite, it is very crisp, juicy, and sweet with a slight tartness. Honeycrisp apples are excellent for eating and cooking. For the apple nerds like us, Honeycrisp was developed at the University of Minnesota in 1991. It is a cross between Honeygold and Macoun. 

 

Another new variety this week is Gala. This variety is also crisp and juicy. Gala are great for salads and pairing with cheeses. Gala was developed in 1934 in New Zealand. 

 

Mums arrived yesterday. They are gorgeous this year! This chilly morning has us thinking fall!

 

If you haven't already heard, the Sunflowers are up! Stop by and see us this weekend! Friday: 10am - 6pm Saturday:10am - 5pm Sunday:12pm - 5pm.

Have a wonderful Weekend!

 

Apple Varieties:

Honeycrisp

Ginger Gold

Gala

Macoun

Paula Red

Redfree

 

Farm Fresh Produce:

Peaches

Sweet corn

Watermelon 

Cantaloupe

Onions

White potatoes

Sweet potatoes

Heirloom tomatoes 

Red, yellow, and green tomatoes

Zucchini 

Yellow squash 

Blue lake green beans 

Cucumbers

Banana peppers

Jalapeños 

Habaneros

Hot Cayenne 

Thai Chilies

Bell peppers

Egg plant

Pickles

Garlic 

 

 

 

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