Happy November!.....November 1, 2014

A fresh shipment of 5-gallon citrus has arrived!
A fresh shipment of 5-gallon citrus has arrived!
Our edible flower selection - pretty and tasty too.
Our edible flower selection - pretty and tasty too.

It is hibernation season for our nursery tortoises, but all other creatures here are enjoying the cooler weather and hope of rain. Come by and check on Poinsettia (cow) and Georgette (horse), the milk goats, our turkeys-with-attitude, and the ever-busy flock of chickens and ducks. Those chickens and ducks (and all necessary equipment) are available for sale to interested urban poultry farmers.

Inside the store, Emma (dog), KC (cat), and Limpy & Gimpy (parrots) appreciate a kind word from customers too! But no fingers in the parrot cage.

What's Growing? Great for cooking: 4" saffron, 3-4 bulbs per pot; $3.19 each

Limited supply: edible passion fruit and ruby glows 5 gallon plants for $27.89

Flavor your winter cooking: Fresh herbs for your fall garden arrived this week!

Fall is a great time for a vegetable garden: Look for a big variety of cool season Dig 'em Ups in our veggies section.

What to grow in San Diego in November: How about salad? Choose from a variety of salad greens in our veggie section.

City Farmers Nursery fall clearance Coming soon in early November! Even a nursery needs to clear out once in awhile. Watch for an announcement of when this event will be.

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Bonsai 101 Saturday, November 8 8:00 am Join Farmer Bill in the farmhouse to learn why he enjoys creating and maintaining bonsai. Free/no need to RSVP

Miso
Miso

Fermenting Class DIY Miso Saturday, November 15 10:00 am

Austin Durant, founder of The Fermenter's Club will talk about the history of miso and explain its different forms. For this class he will:

  • unveil a one-year-old miso that was started in December 2013
  • make a large batch for class participants to take home
  • serve miso soup!

Tickets are $25 per kitchen participant, limit 25

Posted on October 31, 2014 and filed under Uncategorized.