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This Week at the Farm Stand and Market

Happy Independence Day!

In the spirit of July 4th, we are featuring red, white, and blue flower pots for $9.99. You can now decorate your home with these patriotic petunias.


Corn is Coming:

We will have the first batch of Long Island sweet corn in the Farm Stand this Saturday morning by about 10 AM. Please be sure to pick up your supply for the July 4th barbecue. We will be open on July 4th morning, from 9 am until noon.


Fresh from the farm:

Our swiss chard, daikon radish, microgreens, sugar snap peas, kale, arugula, tatsoi, lettuce, rhubarb, summer squash, zucchini, and fresh cut bunches of lavendar, oregano, thyme, sage, basil, and mint.



Fresh from the greenhouse:

It is never too late to plant an herb and vegetable garden in your own backyard! We have an assortment of seedlings for you to choose from: eggplant, king crimson peppers, escarole, arugula, komatsuna, fordhook giant swiss chard, northern pickling cucumber, several varieties of tomatoes, shallot, mammoth Long Island dill, munstead lavendar, common sage, Thai basil, Genovese basil, thyme, rosemary, common mint, Italian flat leaf parsley, and lemongrass. Also from our greenhouse, we are featuring mixed pots of vegetable and herb seedlings.


New to the farm stand this week:

This week we are featuring a variety of interesting products, including beautiful sunflower bunches, dried bunches of our own herbs, Dr. Bronner's Magic Lotion, and Reed's Ginger Chews. We are continuing to offer yellow and red tomatoes from Wickham's Farm, but we are now also offering their cherry tomatoes and sweet cherries as well.





Our variety of flowers are available, including our gorgeous flats which are on sale for $12.99.


Our farmer's market this week:

This week's market will have vendors selling homemade hummus and spreads, fresh and local honey, jams, and preseves, pickles, assorted pound cakes, handmade soaps, energy bars, and of course a variety of fresh produce from Sep's Family Farm and right here at Crossroads Farm.




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