The tomato season is on the decline, but we still have quite a bit of incredibly delicious organic, biodynamic, heirloom tomatoes, peppers, and eggplants. We will be open for limited hours because we will be focused on homesteading activities all weekend long; moreover, this means we will be preserving our harvest, removing old unproductive plants, planting our fall/winter gardens, picking our San Marzano 3 tomatoes and making all manners of sauce, making fruit jam, making relish from our green tomatoes, dehydrating tomatoes and other vegetables to make vegetable chips. We will be checking our honeybee hives to see if we will be able to collect any more of our delicious local wildflower honey; however, observation so far, we are not optimistic that we will be able to collect any more honey for this calendar year, but the bees are miracle workers and you just never know, so stayed tuned! These are all valuable homesteading skills that Yummy Tummy Farms teaches through our Learning Annex and if you are interested in learning more about what classes we teach check out our website through this link:
Here are some pictures of ready-to-pick produce:
We will be open Saturday 9/29 and Sunday 9/30 from 12 noon until 4:00 pm or other times by special appointment, just call us at 408-320-5365.