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We will be open Tuesday starting at noon with fresh picked strawberries, sugar snap peas, and garlic scapes. We anticipate that if we get a large crowd (as we have been getting) for our fresh picked berries we will run out during the afternoon. We will close if that happens, if we have enough fresh picked beries, we will be open until 5pm. Our lettuce is in a gap and we will not have any available for a few days. Our rhubarb is getting picked down and we will let it rest also to see how the next growth happens. We expect to have fresh dug garlic in approximately 10 days.
We will be open Monday from noon to 5pm. We expect to have enough fresh picked strawberries for the open hours Monday to keep up with demand, but it is best to call first if coming later in the day. We will also have our own fresh picked sugar snap peas, lettuce, garlic scapes, and rhubarb. We will be closed Sunday June 19.
We will be open starting at 10am on Saturday, closed Sunday and open at noon Monday. We will have Saturday, our own fresh picked strawberries, sugar snap peas, lettuce, rhubarb, and garlic scapes. We also have our own handmade herbal soaps and maple syrup from a local farm. The demand for fresh picked strawberries is very high so we will stay open each open day until the fresh picked strawberries are sold out. The strawberries are staring to come on stronger and we hope to catch up to demand soon.
Our next day open will be Friday beginning at noon. We will have available fresh picked strawberries, sugar snap peas, garlic scapes, lettuce, and rhubarb. The demand for our fresh picked strawberries has been quite high so although we will have quite a few available we may run out of fresh picked berries at some time Friday afternoon. If that happens we will close for the day. The sugar snap peas and garlic scapes are just beginning so the amount we have available may be limited.
We will be open Wednesday June 15 starting at Noon. On Monday we sold out of fresh picked strawberries rapidly. The berries will be coming on faster as the week progress's but we unsure how long we will be open Wednes as if we run out of fresh picked strawberries we are not busy enough to merit staying open. While open we have also fresh picked lettuce and rhubarb. The sugar snap peas are almost ready but not quite. As always we have our own handmade herbal soap and maple syrup from a local farm.
We will be closed Sunday June 12. We will be open Monday June 13 from Noon to 5pm. We will have available our own fresh picked strawberries, lettuce and rhubarb. Our strawberries are ripening well and we should have enough ripe berries to keep the farmstand stocked all day Monday. We can not predict the number of customers, so we could run out. We change the phone message if we do. We also have available our own handmade herbal soap and maple syrup & honey from local farms. We expect to begin picking the first sugar snap peas of the season within the next 3-5 days. We will then have fresh picked sugar snaps at the farm stand. If the sugar snaps get ahead of us we will offer pick your own at that time. We hope to have consistent hours soon. Once the strawberries are ripening fast enough to keep up with the farmstand, we will set regular hours. The asparagus season is over for 2011.
We will be open next on Saturday June 11 from 10am to 4pm. We will have available to start at 10am, our own fresh picked asparagus and strawberries. This will be the last asparagus for 2011. We should have quite a few strawberries but we will see if mother nature agrees. So if your coming later. please call first as I will change the phone message if we run out of fresh picked strawberries and/or asparagus for the day. We will also have available our own fresh picked lettuce and rhubarb. We also have our own handmade herbal soap and maple syrup from a local farm.
We will next be open Wednesday June 8 from 1pm to 5pm. We will have available our own fresh picked asparagus, lettuce, rhubarb and a limited amount of strawberries. We will have a few pints or quarts of fresh picked strawberries to start at 1pm but will run out fairly quickly. We expect the strawberries to be more abundant by this weekend or the first of next week.
WARREN FARM 2011 NEWSLETTER
We will soon begin our 2011 Fresh Picked Strawberry season. We expect to have enough ripe berries by approx. June 11 to begin regular hours. We hope you enjoy our efforts to supply fresh, sweet strawberries all summer. As a reminder, we no longer offer pick your own strawberries.
2011 is bringing some significant changes to the Warren Farm. Heather has taken full time employment at Pleasant View Gardens in Pembroke. She will continue her handmade herbal soaps but will otherwise not be involved in the day to day operation of the Warren Farm. This will leave Randy to tend, harvest and sell at the farm. We plan to continue fresh picked strawberries, fresh picked and pyo sugar snap peas, pyo raspberries, fresh picked and pyo tomatoes, fresh picked sweet corn, and the regular fresh picked vegetables (cukes, summer squash, zucchini, lettuce and swiss chard). The most noticeable change will be the reduced hours at the farm stand. We will try to have consistent hours. We will try to keep the phone and website updated often.
We are currently open every two or so days for fresh picked asparagus, lettuce, and rhubarb. We also have a small selection of 4” potted dahlias, delphiniums, and foxglove. Heather does have her lisianthus growing and will have them available approx July 1st.
Call the farm phone at 868.2001 for hours and if you have a question or search the website at warrenfarmnh.com for current crops and farm blogs.
We currently have fresh picked asparagus, lettuce and rhubarb. We also have our own handmade herbal soaps. We are well stocked with local maple syrup. We have a small selection of dahlias, delphiniums, and foxgloves in 4"pots for $4.00 each. We still have a few jars of honey (raw,unfiltered) from late fall. We are being open more days as we have an abundance of lettuce and rhubarb. We expect to have fresh picked strawberries soon.