Sweet-n-Spicy Saturday 10am-12noon

Saturday farmstand: Lots and lots of farm fresh goodies with two checkout lines set up to serve you. We have such insane amounts of stuff that you can easily sleep in and come at 10:30am and still select from of 95% of our offerings.

Loads of sweet salad mix, lots of baby arugula, and lots of baby and teen spicy salad mix; slicer tomatoes, salad tomatoes, heirloom tomatoes, sweet yellow cherry tomatoes, lots and lots of yellow and pink and red watermelons, beautiful sweet mini white bell peppers with thick flesh (use raw or cooked), cooking greens, bok choi, radishes, lettuce heads, Serrano peppers, Indian hot peppers, Thai chili peppers, Italian basil, Thai basil, lemon basil, cilantro, dill, garlic chives, baby ginger and turmeric, a few bunches of onions, a few bunches of carrots, a few cucumbers, lots and lots of figs, and lots of cut flowers.

On our Hurricane Maria recovery fundraising front, we’re up to $24,282 out of $44,000 total funds needed to restore farm buildings including our seedling house and gallery building, and ensure resilience for future events. Check out and share our GoFundMe page at gofundme.com/artfarmllc …and a huge thank you to everyone who has donated!

Love, ARTfarm

6 Responses

  1. Hi Where are you located exactly, I’m still fairly new to the area

    Linda

    On Fri, Jan 11, 2019 at 11:04 PM ARTfarm on St. Croix, USVI wrote:

    > artfarmllc posted: “Saturday farmstand: Lots and lots of farm fresh > goodies with two cashiers set up to serve you. We have such insane amounts > of stuff that you can easily sleep in and come at 10:30am and still select > from of 95% of our offerings. Loads of sweet salad mix” >

  2. Good morning, I purchased one of the sugar baby watermelons and a slice yesterday. Unfortunately, the sugar baby was not ripe when I cut it open. I am attaching pics and wanted to know if I can possibly receive a credit, as I believe I paid around $18 for the melon and one cut slice. I was not sure of your policy on this. I gave the slice away to a friend so unfortunately I didn’t get to sample any of the ripe ones. Sad. Thanks! Tracy

    Sent from my AT&T phone

    >

    • Good morning Tracy.

      We are so sorry the melon wasn’t ripe! Of course we will credit you toward a replacement.

      Discerning the ripeness of watermelons when we harvest them is always quite tricky – this is why we prefer to sell cut pieces instead of the whole melons for the most part, so that we have a chance to do quality control. We definitely appreciate customer feedback. We don’t grow sugar babies, but we do grow a couple of varieties that resemble that type.

      So sorry for the inconvenience. Please contact us directly via the farm phone and we will take care of this right away!

      (340)514-4873

    • … Please save the fruit. We would like to see it, it helps us to continue to learn which items are ripe in the picking process. We try new varieties every year so there is always a learning curve for the farmer.

  3. Tracy, we don’t have your contact information so please do get in touch via phone or text.

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