Growing Small Fruit Resources

Reference information for home gardeners

Strawberries in buskets

North Carolina State University has some great information for small fruit growers.  Check out these three portals for additional resources:

Here are a few handouts that we have found helpful:

Here is a copy of the slides from our 4/14/16 presentation at the Old Salem Museum & Gardens (Cultivating Jewels in the Garden).

Happy fruit-growing!

Cheryl & Ray

 

4th Annual Open (Green)House and Plant Sale!

 

Looking for the perfect heirloom tomato for your garden or an unusual herb?  Come up to the Farm on Sunday, April 23 and April 30 from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. to pick out plants for your garden or patio!  We will offer a wide variety of Certified Organic transplants including heirloom and hard-to-find varieties.  There will be hundreds of plants available:  tomatoes, tomatillos, peppers - hot and sweet, eggplant, herbs plus ginger and turmeric plants.  The farm also will sell farm-grown blackberry and black raspberry plants along with veggie starts such as kale, lettuce and swiss chard.  In addition to plants, we will also be selling organic soil amendments to keep your plants healthy and productive.  

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