More Dragonfruit Saturday 10am – 12 noon

The ginger and turmeric were recently mulched and then enjoyed lots of rain. The plants are loving it! They should be ready for harvest in a few months.

Farmer Luca Q&A… Q: How do you know which dragonfruit type is which? A: “I just know. From the shape.” So mystical!

Standing water in the guts after a big rain keep native fruit trees like this JoJo plum happy.

How about that big thunder and rain! On the farm, lots of mushrooms popping up everywhere and the grass is exploding with growth. The ginger and turmeric crops, ready in a few months, are looking beautiful. We were able to mulch them right before Sunday’s storm came.

Saturday we will have loads and loads of dragonfruit in five different colors: dark red, purple, pink, light pink, and white. Also lots of sweet potatoes in all sizes, sliced pumpkin, sweet potato greens, bunched arugula, Italian basil, garlic chives, recao, rosemary, lemongrass, passionfruit, lots and lots of papaya, and lots of native trees, and pineapple slips! 
From our partners we will have avocados from Tita, fresh chicken eggs from Yellow Door Farm, and Errol’s beautiful dark honey. 

Come on out and see us! Crowds are very light and there is ample parking.

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