We have some great berries, but we won’t have them for too much longer! This week we will be open on Monday 6-8 PM and Saturday 8-12 for picking. Just give us a call to schedule an appointment if you want to come and pick any other time this week (620-381-6702). Hope that you can come out and get some strawberries this year!
The berries are starting to really come on nicely, and we are looking forward to opening strawberry picking season on May 20th at the vintage market!
Pick-your-own strawberries will be just $2.50/lb. We have some nice picking baskets that you can use and take home for $2, otherwise just bring a separate container to take your berries home in. We will also have a limited number of pre-picked berries for sale at $4.00/lb.
We have an amazing set of vendors coming to the vintage market! We are now completely full and are so excited at the quality and variety of vendors that will be coming, this is going to be a big event! There will be live music throughout the day, along with food from Pop’s Kettle Corn, Snowie Bus, Fruit Ninja, and BB8 BBQ (serving up the best BBQ on this side of the galaxy).
Here’s a full list of all the wonderful vendors that will be at the market:
Pink Peach Décor
Once Upon a Time
Old Made New
Plunder by Katelyn
The Weathered Shutter
Ordinary Joy Home Décor
Mandi’s Off the Wall
Simple Pleasures – Rustic Renewed
K & K’s Handmade
Burp and Swaddle/Spotted Buffalo
Tee 9 Designs
Not So Gray Attic
Wilson Rustic Revivals
Granny Goat Studio
Wheat State of Mind
The Willow Crossing
Not II Shabby/Heart & Sole
Four-Eyed Lizzard Creations
Rusty Gold Antiques and Vintage Items
Flannel & Bows
Laura Stephie Uniquely Handmade
Through The French Doors
The Estate Sale Shoppe
A Rustic Time Remembered
Double Trouble Yard Art
Snappy Queen Bee
LuLaRoe – Kimberly Ann Smith
A to Z
To check out all of the vintage finds that these vendors will be bringing, see our Facebook page for links to all of the vendors that will be at the market. Bring your friends and come out to the farm for strawberries & junk on May 20th!
Celebrating National Strawberry Day by uncovering the first berries of the season! We covered them up last fall with a row cover and straw to protect them from the winter cold.
We typically wait a little longer to remove the row covers and straw, but given that it is #NationalStrawberryDay we thought it would be fitting to start today. We’ll keep slowly removing the straw from the rows over the next few weeks as spring arrives.
It’s always so exciting to look underneath the straw for the first time in the spring, from what we saw today it looks like the row covers and straw protected them well through the winter! The berries look good at this stage and we’re excited to see them continue to grow through the spring.