April 29, 2020

Today's delivery consisted of mixed salad greens, kale , Swiss chard, and Pac Choi. We want to give you some tips on how to store and use your fresh cut vegetables. For some, Swiss chard and Pac Choi may be vegetables that you unfamiliar with, but they both are loaded...

April 2, 2020

We’re at our busiest time of the year on the farm but it looks like delivering healthy food will be a little more challenging ahead. Thank the Lord that the state of Mississippi has declared that we are an “essential service” by bringing you the needed nutrition for go...

March 31, 2020

Pac Choi is a highly nutritious asian green that can be used in many ways. Unlike other greens, Pac Choi has a mild taste, whether cooked or served raw. 

If you're not going to eat it right away, keep it a closed plastic bag on the refrigerator. It should last 2 or 3 da...

March 30, 2020

We’re going to harvest tomorrow morning lettuces, kale and pac choi--and maybe one other thing if its ready. If it’s good for you we’ll plan on delivering to you Tuesday afternoon between 3:00 and 5:00. Even though our spring season is still some weeks away we want to...

March 6, 2020

Finally we get a day with no rain and even some drying of our beds. It feels so good. We'll harvest tomorrow lettuces, turnips, spinach and one other thing: either cabbage, kale or radishes. Here's some pictures below of what they look like today before harvesting tomo...

October 2, 2019

 We're so excited to getting started again. It will just be a half box but we didn't want to wait any longer. Things are starting to be ready!    Here's what you can expect:

1. White Hakueri Turnips

These are great in salads or for stir fry. For salad, simply w...

April 25, 2019

Greetings from your farmers! Sorry we haven't posted more but we have been working long days the past three months to get ready for this upcoming season. But we're so excited to get started and bring you the best in organic vegetables for 2019.

We built a 85 foot high t...

April 23, 2018

 Here is a message we put together to start our season.

January 24, 2018

We're looking forward to the new life that comes to the farm with the spring. That's why we're jumping right back in after the mini-ice age we had last week. We did out best to protect our winter plants but the long stretch below 20 degrees was too much for most of the...