As mentioned in the home page, my farm is located in Danbury and I'm a vendor at the Danbury Farmers' Market. The hours of operation for the Danbury Market's 2014 Season are from 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. every Friday starting on June 27th until October 31st. I sell to several restaurants in Danbury and also sell to farm stores in Westchester County, NY.
Produce is available by phone at 203-731-4409, by sending me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by the Order Tab. It can be picked up at the at the farm or I deliver to the local Danbury area. See an article that was posted from one of my clients about produce that I delivered to him at www.victoriaswoodfiredpizza.com/getting-ready-for-the-weekend/.
Contact Information: email@example.com or via cell phone at 203-731-4409.
For a complete listing of produce that is grown, click on the Produce List Tab.
Most all of my plants are grown from seed which was saved from the previous years plants. The majority of saved seeds are mainly from my heirloom tomatoes and peppers but lettuce, onions, and other seeds are saved.I attended a seed saver workshop at the CT NOFA Conference on March 31st of this year to learn more about saving seeds and have researched on the internet for ideas as well. Sites I visited include: http://howtosaveseeds.com/index.php, http://www.douggreensgarden.com/tomato-seed-fermentation.html, and http://yougrowgirl.com/saving-tomato-seeds/. For seeds that I don't save myself or want to order a new type, I've ordered from http://www.totallytomato.com/ and from http://www.rareseeds.com/.
I only use organic fertilizers on the plants (I use http://www.neptunesharvest.com/ ) and avoid using pesticides (since I don't want to eat anything that has pesticides).
Every year I jar my tomatoes and the cherry hot peppers (see recipe page), and I vacuum seal and freeze peppers and other vegetables for enjoyment all winter long.