The Farm at Miller's Crossing's
5th Annual Spring Plant Sale
Saturday May 29th
9am - 3pm
Certified Organic Plants
Peppers of all colors and temperatures
Salad and Cooking Greens
Exotic and ever blooming annuals to make your gardens and containers bright from spring until frost
Hanging Baskets & Containers
Easy carefree color anywhere you like
Bring your family and enjoy our 200 acre farm
For more information call Katie or Chris at (518) 851-2331
From Route 9 head east on Route 23 from the light in Claverack, +/- one mile take a left onto Route 217, +/- one mile take your first right onto Roxbury Road West End. The farm is 1/8th of a mile on left.
From the Taconic State Pkwy take Philmont/Harlemville exit. Go west on Route 217 through Philmont and Mellenville, past Ockawamick School on your right and take next left onto Roxbury Road West End (approx. 5 miles). The farm is 1/8th of a mile on left.
Monday, May 24, 2010
The Hudson Farmers' Market is up and running. As the saying goes, "It takes a village," or in our case, "a large extended family" to make things run smoothly. This past week, Chris helped set up before he went off to NYC for a meet and greet with the Long Island CSA members. Katie came with the kids, who love to patronize the other vendors--especially the lemonade stand. Hannah (Chris and Katie's niece) worked along side Katy and Katie, helping customers with their plant choices, as well as fresh produce including mesclun, baby arugula, spinach, radishes and spring turnips. This week, we were treated to some wonderful live music which makes the market even more enjoyable.
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
I had quite a surprise on my morning walk with Lucy. I was in the back upper field across from my house and as I was walking by the strawberry patch, low and behold, there were a few ripe berries. Don't tell Chris or Katie, but I ate one in the field and brought back this one, which, as you can see, was also devoured. What a great way to start my morning. Later this week, the temperatures are supposed to slowly rise, so I think we may have to pay another visit to the strawberry patch....just to make sure all is well. The deer love the berries too, so hopefully the double electric fence will keep them away.