We are getting so close to strawberry season! What’s the best way to get your berries this year? Our CSA bundles have now sold out, but we will make our additional berries & veggies available at our farm-stand each week. Check our website and Facebook page for weekly updates and availability in season. 2. BerryContinue reading “2020 Strawberries & more”
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We are thankful for all of your support in 2019 and look forward to a wonderful new year! This fall we have been busy working on chores and getting the strawberries covered up for the winter. There are over 5,000 strawberries in the ground (our most ever!) and we are keeping them nice and warmContinue reading “2020 Season”
Blackberries are here!
Come pick blackberries at Tenth Street Orchard this summer!
Thanks for a great strawberry season!
We just finished strawberry picking for the season at Tenth Street Orchard! Thanks so much to everyone that came out to the farm, we hope that you had a great time and enjoyed all of the wonderful strawberries. The sheep will miss all of the visitors but we are looking forward to seeing you backContinue reading “Thanks for a great strawberry season!”
Strawberry picking 2019
We are ready for regular strawberry picking season! This is a great week for bulk pickers, we will have lots of good berries that will be ready for you. We are closed for Memorial Day, but will be open 9-12 Tuesday, 9-12 Wednesday, 6-8 Thursday evening, and 8:30 – 12:00 on Saturday until mid-June. ComeContinue reading “Strawberry picking 2019”
Last best week for berries!
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 canContinue reading “Last best week for berries!”
National Strawberry Day
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 beContinue reading “National Strawberry Day”