We’ll be there. This Sunday, June 7th at the Chimacum Farmers Market. This is a big step for us. Being part of a local farmers market takes a lot of organization and effort on our part. We have our booth and plants and information on plants ready to go.
We have only been able to sell small quantities of plants and do some work-trades this season. Now we will have a large number of plants to sell: veggies and culinary and medicinal plants AND a few native plants to sell.
Our most popular native plant will be available: Native Blue Elderberry – a real draw for native pollinators and wonderful for making wine, cordials and other fun stuff.
We have a couple of crops coming up that will help sustain us through the season. Our garlic crop this year is fabulous. We will be selling garlic scapes this Sunday.
Join us and meet the farmers…the rascals of botanical endeavor. Norm and Ellen would love to meet you.
Where: Chimacum Farmers Market – four corners of Center Road and Rhody Drive in the heart of Chimacum…next to the Chimacum Farmstand.
When: Sunday’s through October
Time: 10 AM to 2:00 PM
How: Anyway you can get there
What: Local Farmers products, veggies, plants and food. Local music and other entertainment.
COME ON OUT AND SUPPORT OUR LOCAL FARMS AND FOOD PRODUCERS.