Fall approaches and with it the opportunity for a fall/winter garden. For some San Diegans, this is the best time of year to garden!
What to plant in San Diego in September? Our favorite recommendation is winter tomatoes.
If "winter" and "tomato" do not seem to go together, be assured that the tomatoes we stock this time of year were developed to thrive in cooler temperatures.
Read on to find out who is new on the farm...
Dig 'em Up plants available now:
parsleybasilbrussels sproutskale cabbagebroccoli cauliflower
Our veggie area is full of fall/winter crops. We also offer variety six-packs for our gardeners who want to grow different veggies but don't have much room.
Summer plant sale! All the following are 1-gallon plants:
- specialty hot peppers: $5.99
- assorted sweet potatoes: $4.89
- sun chokes: $3.89
- chayote squash: $3.89
Through gardening and a desire to not be wasteful, Auntie Mo has developed a line of locally and organically homegrown and handmade products.
We love to support local businesses and entrepreneurs, and are excited to present:
Auntie Mo: Organically Homegrown and Handmade!
Stop in the store and look for her handcrafted journals and flower presses, blackberry jam in 1/2 pint Mason jars, smudge sticks in straights and blends, sachets, dried herbs for cooking or teas.
Welcome to City Farmers, Auntie Mo! (No, Auntie Mo is not who's new on the farm...)
Who's new on the farm!