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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Paleo Christmas Cookie Recipes

Christmas and New Year Engagements We are very excited that our son Nico just got engaged! Christmas and New Years are a very popular time for engage

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Christmas and New Year Engagements

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We are very excited that our son Nico just got engaged! Christmas and New Years are a very popular time for engagements! If you or someone you know get engaged over the next month and dream of a rustic farm style wedding tell them to go ahead and give us a call for a tour. Spring and Fall wedding dates book up fast!

The Market

Our Gwinnett Locally Grown Market is waiting for you to give it a try. Many Markets close this time of year but we want you to have access to organic produce, eggs, and meats year-round.

When we reopened on November 9th we introduced our new Produce Box's. You can order them in two sizes:
* The Small Box - $35.00 - Includes approximately 6 varieties of vegetables and 4 varieties of fruits.
* The Large Box - $55.00 - Includes approximately 8 varieties of vegetables and 5 varieties of fruits.

Examples of what you might get in your box - Carrots, Lettuce, Celery, Onions, Potato, Cucumber, Tomato, Mushroom, Zucchini, Cucumber, Broccoli, Swiss Chard, Beets, Eggplant, Avocado, Apples, Banana, Orange, Strawberries, Pineapple, Blueberries, Kiwi, or Pears

Please note Produce Box's require a minimum total market order of 30 Box's each week to be able to deliver.

Never Tried the Market before? LEARN MORE HERE

Place orders for 3 months with no membership fee to try it out!


Pilar's Garden Tips

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Poinsettias - Myth-busting and Care Tips

NO, it's a myth. Years ago, researchers at Ohio State University fed huge quantities of poinsettia parts to rats with no ill effects. To replicate their test, a 50-pound child would have to eat 500 leaves. POISINDEX, a primary resource used by poison control centers, lists occasional vomiting as a side effect of eating the leaves. People with latex allergies can be sensitive to the milky sap and should be careful when handling the plants to avoid a rash. The USDA reports that it has no evidence of anyone dying from eating poinsettias. Holly and mistletoe are much more toxic to children and pets.


Place your poinsettia near a sunny window where it will get bright, indirect light for at least 6 hours a day. Keep it out of direct sun, though, which could fade the leaves. Avoid drafts, keeping temperatures between 65 and 70 degrees. Overwatering is a common cause of death, so water when dry and don't let the plant sit in water.


Recipe of the Week


Paleo Christmas Cookies

Christmas is the time for cookies and treats! They make great gifts and it's always fun to host a cookie swap! Here are 35 Paleo Christmas Cookies for you to try this month!
[Get the recipes here...]


As you know, word of mouth is our best advertising, so if you think your school would benefit from a field trip to our farm, or you know someone who needs a cool place to throw a birthday party, please let them know about us!

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