I’ll be at the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market tomorrow with:

Our grass fed Angus beef in these cuts: ground, stew, philly steak, cube steak, ribeyes, NY Strip, filet, sirloin, flat iron, skirt, huge beautiful briskets, eye of round roasts, bone-in chuck roasts, sirloin tip roasts, short ribs, osso bucco, hot dogs, corned beef and bologna.

We still have some beef left from the winter processing and that will be on sale at 20% off until it’s gone: ribeye, sirloin, cube, stew.

I’ll have kale raab and lots of beautiful kale in these varieties: curly, lacinato, red russian and rainbow lacinato. Collards, chard, sweet potatoes, wheat and more PLANTS!!!

Herb plants: Cutting celery, parsley, fernleaf dill, purple ruffles basil, thai basil, thyme,  zaatar oregano.


Tomato plants: I don’t have a ton this week but I will have a few of these – all of them very easy to grow and very prolific:

Ildi – very prolific small yellow cherry, 4″ pots

Bloody Butcher in 5″ pots

San Marzano roma in 4″ pots

Sungolds in 5″ pots – and I’ll have TONS more in a couple weeks in 4″ pots

Zarnitza in 4″ and 5″ pots – these are early, very prolific, what I would call “typical” red tomatoes,  heirloom variety,  the plants don’t get super huge and they are very stocky! I think they’d be great for canners. Crack resistant and don’t seem to be affected by extreme heat as I trialed these in the hoop house last year. They don’t have the flavor of some of the varieties I grow but make up for it in poundage 🙂

a few varieties in 1 gallon pots.

Coming soon I’ll have a great variety of heirloom tomatoes and the container cherry tomatoes so if you don’t get them this week, no big deal! The last frost date is April 15.


It’s going to be near freezing tonight so cover up your tender plants…

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My Aunt Charlotte came to visit and she had to work the whole time 🙂  We got corn, potatoes, kale, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, tomatoes and herbs and the last of the onions planted, with help from my sister and Shane too.

See you tomorrow!