Due to popular demand, Hattie’s Garden will continue the Delivery / Pickup Service for the rest of this month on Saturday, March 18 and Saturday, March 25. In addition we will offer our service for two dates in April: Saturday, April 8 and Saturday, April 22. We are still receiving wonderful food from all of our vendors and hope you take advantage of this service.
So please order your fresh produce, artisan cheese, farm-fresh chicken & duck eggs, free-range meat, Alaska wild seafood, jams n’ jellies, gourmet food, and fresh mushrooms beginning today for our next service on Saturday, March 18. All deliveries to Rehoboth and Lewes are still only $5.00.
We are happy to be able to continue our service this year almost up until the Historic Lewes Farmers Market (HLFM) begins on Saturday, May 6. The HLFM runs every Saturday morning through the Saturday prior to Thanksgiving.
As they did last year, there will also be a second market sponsored by the HLFM (King’s Highway Summer Wednesday Market) in the lot adjacent to Crooked Hammock at 37707 Crooked Hammock Way on King’s Highway. That market runs on Wednesdays from June 7 through August 30 from 8 to 11 a.m. Hattie’s Garden and many of your favorite vendors will be at both markets.
The gardening classes will be scheduled in April. We plan to offer two three-hour sessions at Hattie’s Garden.
If you are already a gardener, you will come away with plenty of new information and knowledge. If you have never tried to grow vegetables or flowers, and would like to give it a try, join us and learn. Each student will receive customized instruction directly applicable to their own gardening projects.
The classes will be intentionally limited in size (6 to 8 participants) in order to provide customized instruction. Cost is $100 and includes a “plug” tray of your own “starts” you will prepare here at the garden with seeds Hattie provides. And, of course, refreshments will be provided.
Please look for a new post this week delineating classes when will start and how to sign up.
Yours in the Garden,