Memorial Day weekend Purple Hen Flowers & Herbs has red/white/blue color bowls, as well as red/white/blue hanging baskets! Also zonal geraniums, annual tray packs and color spots for your needs. Come check out our Herb bowls!! 6 varieties of herbs in 1 convenient bowl.
Conserve water and save money. Water price are increase for municipal water to a point that it may not be cost-effective to grow at garden. There will be a Rainwater Harvesting tour at 2 locations in the Metro East Area on Saturday May 11th.At 10 am, Andrew and JoAnn Jackman of 22375 SE Ridgeview Dr. in Damascus will host anyone interested in a tour of the recently installed above ground 1550 gallon rainwater tank that using gravity feedand a basic timer to irrigate the garden. At 2 pm Clair and Beverly Klock of Klock Farm at 931 NE Salzman Rd. in Corbett will host a tour of their 3500 gallon inground cistern with a smart irrigation system that used real time data and on-site evaporation measurement to irrigate a small nursery container yard on the farm. The Klock rainwater system resulted in a 90 percent decrease in municipal water consumption in its first year of operation. Tour will last 30-45 minutes or until questions are answered. Clair is both an Accredited Professional and Inspector Specialist certified by the American Rainwater Catchment System Association (ARCSA).
Happy Spring! April 22 & 23 (Yes- Sunday and Monday) - Planting Time - Klock Farm has Blueberry Plants for Sale.Try early (Duke), middle(Bluecrop) and late season(Jersey or Elliott) varieties. We have 3 and 6 gallon containers in most varieties. The plants are available at other times by appointment. See our website at http://www.klockfarm.com/for a blueberry care video and planting tips.Call Clair or Beverly at 503.695.5882 with questions.
Soggy Feet Enterprises has beef available now! Beef is available in wholes, halves, or quarters. Call within the next week for your order to be cut and packaged to your specifications. Visit our website www.soggyfeetenterprises.com for more information on our products and ordering.
We will open at 10 a.m. THIS Saturday, 11/17 until the persimmons are gone or about 12 noon. Please bring clippers to cut them off the trees. They cannot be pulled off. Wear rain gear and boots as it may be very rainy or cold, no sandals, flip flop or heels. It is muddy around the trees. We have ladders so do not bring your own. The price per pound is $1.50. Call to see if we still have some if you come later in the morning.
We will be open this week weather permitting. This will probably be our last week and we could possibly close later this week.
Monday, October 15 9-5. Come early because if it begins to rain very hard, we will close.
Tuesday, October 16 9-5
Wednesday, October 17 9-5
Thursday, October 18 9-5
Friday, October 19 9-5
Saturday, October 20 9-5
Please call the phone line after 9 a.m. each morning as it will be more updated than this computer message.
There are a few of the Concord grapes to be picked-bring your clippers, $1.00/lb.
We have quince left but they have been heavily picked and may not last long for $.90/lb.
We have some Bosc pears to be picked and some already picked from our lower orchard at $.90/lb.
Bartlett pears, picked are $.90/lb. and seconds of the Bartletts are $.50/lb.
There are still apples left on the trees waiting to be picked. Don't wait too long or they will be gone. Check the website for those varieties we are picking.
Mason Hill Orchard has fresh picked Gala, Jonagold , Melrose, Mutsu, and Criterion Apples available in 5, 10, 20 lb bags and 40 lb bushel boxes. Our stand is open everyday and we are farm #54 in the Tri-County Guide. For more information call 503-647-5669.