Whenever we mention our Sunday class, Replacing Your Lawn, why do we post pictures of butterflies? (stalked and photographed at City Farmers, of course)
Because a new landscape minus the lawn rewards you with a unique, beautiful garden that can attract these graceful creatures, lower your water usage and reduce your maintenance.
Cooking Ancient Grains with Chef Kate
Sunday, February 22. 1:30-3:00 pm
Join us in the farmhouse kitchen to learn some delicious recipes for ancient grains and beans such as quinoa, amaranth, and fava. Vegan and gluten-free recipes will be included.
Raising Goats - free/no need to RSVP
Saturday, February 28. 1-2:30 pm
Learn the basics of goat ownership from the expert members of the City Farmers Goat Cooperative.
Tomatoes are coming! Dig 'em Up tomatoes! Available Tuesday, February 24.
- Red Grape
- Better Boy
- Lemon Boy
- Cherokee Purple
Batches of new varieties will be released every 10-14 days.
Fresh herbs and veggies are plentiful and beautiful!
What does a batch of 500 bareroot strawberries look like? Come by and see!
We are selling them for 50 cents each for the next two weeks or until they are gone!
Varieties are Chandler, Seascape, Sequoia, Quinault.
6-pack strawberries are also available for $4.29. Chandler, Albion, Sequoia.
If you feed them, they will feed you...we have plenty of organic soil, fertilizers, and amendments along with lots of free advice.
A Plea for Patience
To our urban chicken farming community, we hear you are anxious to know when baby chicks will be available for sale. Right now, the word is mid-April.
It is great to know that our customers are looking forward to Art in the Garden, our annual spring art show, Saturday, April 25. Vendors can begin signing up for this event on March 1.