Welcome to Epic Gardens

Working for sustainable agriculture, connected community and plenty of good food for all

Epic Harvest

Winter 2012-2013

“Chimney Smoke hangs still and low across the stubbled fields of snow…” (Tommy Thompson, Hot Buttered Rum) and seed catalogs tempt us to bigger, more diverse gardens featuring fascinating new vegetables for this season's  CSA Shareholders and Market Shoppers.  We're harvesting and serving up amazing greens and roots; and hopefully will for a few more months.

Think Seriously About Your Food Source

Now is the time for you to think seriously about becoming a shareholder in a local farm. Epic Gardens would benefit by having cash for the winter seed purchases and sprucing up around the place.  You would benefit from knowing you own part of what is growing out there and will receive the best freshest of all that comes from this fertile ground. 

 


Coming soon

There are heirloom Tomato plants with their third leaves, Peppers with their second, Okra, Tomatillos, Squash, and even a few Edamame plants in pots.  The first round was planted in the garden yesterday and rain is expected tomorrow.  Beans and Squash are scratching at the inside of their packets calling out "Plant me!"


Enough reverie for now...please keep in touch by email and visit often!


Epic Gardens will be at the Byrd House Market on Tuesday afternoons and the Farmers' Market at St. Stephen's on Wednesday evenings.

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