Archive for April, 2014

Define Local

Before you buy your tomato plants from a large nursery that boast of owning over 1oo greenhouses, most of which are located in West Virginia, check out the variety of tomato plants that local farmers are offering at our  Markets.

Coming to Grandin Village Community Market

This Saturday

Homegrown tomato plants from Local farmers


Patchwork Farm – Floyd County

The Professor’s Garden – Roanoke County


Roma Tomatoes $1.50 per 4 pack

Great Plants – No Growth Hormones 

Don’t Forget


West End Community Market

Today – Tuesday –3 pm until 6 pm

see side panel for directions – click on address for map

          Due to lack of product we will not be at market today.

What’s growing?



This is the strawberry patch I put in last Fall. Winter rye was sown between the rows. The plan is to cut down the rye and since the strawberry plants are small and have not started to produce runners yet we will plant Black-eyed peas in the rye rows.



What’s Growing?


Tomato Plants



Mark Your Calendars



Grandin Village Community Market


Today – Saturday – 8 am until Noon                                                                           

Plants – I will start to bring my tomato plants next week, weather permitting.

Homegrown ProduceMizuna – green, red and Ruby, large and small, Rainbow Chard, spinach, mustard, Pak Choi – mixed leaves, 1 bag kale and herbs



see side panel for directions – click on address for map




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