Ok, here is your post script to my earlier post for today…I’ve updated the tomato section on the Heritage Heirloom Food Plant Info page of this blog. There are so many delicious and wonderful tomatoes in the list now that you won’t be able to resist growing at least a couple, if not a whole bunch, of these varieties!
Desert Canyon Farm
Desert Canyon Farm is Pollinator & Beneficial Insect FriendlyOur farm is a Xerces Society Pollinator Habitat, a National Wildlife Federation Certified Wildlife Habitat, a United Plant Savers Botanical Sanctuary, and a member of the Colorado Birding & Wildlife Trails program. We put high value on the world of nature. As such we are a USDA certified organic farm, which means we are completely free of neonicotinoid pesticides, and other synthetic chemicals on this land. We use only approved organic or OMRI methods in our farm and greenhouse production. We always prefer to use nature as an ally in our work here, while earning our livelihood, and being a good member of the earth community. We invite you to join us in these efforts to grow plants and live life in an earth-friendly way.
Desert Canyon Farm Plant ListsIf you go to the pages on this blog called "Heritage Heirloom Food Plant Info" and "Herb Plant Info", you will find databases of all the plants we grow here at Desert Canyon Farm. The majority of these plants will be for sale in pots at our Farm Stand during our Open Farm Days each spring season
2017 Open Farm DaysOpen Farm Days dates for 2017 will begin on April 15 thru June 4, 2017. We will be open Saturdays thru Thursdays (closed on Fridays) from 9am to 4pm. Free workshops happen on Saturdays and Sundays. Please visit the "Open Farm Days" and "Classes & Events" pages of this blog for detailed information and workshop topics and times. Read about our special Earth Day invitation on the "Open Farm Days" page too.
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