Our final delivery/pickup service for the season will be this Saturday, April 20. Our order form is now open through Wednesday at noon.
Hattie’s Garden will also be holding major plant sales during the week. If you would like plants for your home garden, we will have a great selection available on Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. See below for details.
We will resume our delivery/pickup for the 2019-2020 season beginning the Saturday after Thanksgiving week (December 7, 2019) through the early spring.
Chesapeake Organic has really kicked into high gear this week with four different varieties of kale, spring onions, leeks, scallions, spinach, collard greens and so much more. Fresh Harvest and Totem Farms also have wonderful produce available.
Hattie’s Garden is harvesting her first young arugula of the season and will also have scallions.
Backyard Jams and Jellies has created delicious Tomato Basil Wine Jelly made with tomatoes, Cabernet wine, roasted garlic, and Hattie’s Garden African blue basil. It is delicious on creamy goat cheese (or cream cheese, if you’re slumming it!). It is also fantastic drizzled on burgers and steak.
The wonderful sustainably fish from AlaskaWild is the best around, and we can send you best tips and recipes on cooking a wonderfully flaky and delicious piece of Alaska Cod. Their smoked salmon is the best we have ever had.
Here at Hattie’s Garden, we always make sure to have plenty of Chapel’s Country Creamery cheese on hand. Twin Post keeps us rolling in eggs. And if you just don’t want to cook, check out Patty’s Gourmet Foods.
Please try to place your order well ahead of our Wednesday noon deadline. Orders are filled as they are submitted and some items sell out quickly. These items are removed from the order form when sold out.
Plants for Sale
We will be open this week Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. It is too much of a logistical nightmare to include plants in your delivery as our plant selections are increasing day by day.
You can pick out your initial plantings of tomatoes, eggplants and peppers, as well as most of your herbs, including chives, parsley, cilantro, dill, Greek oregano, African blue basil, sweet marjoram, English thyme, Mojito mint, Lemon balm, and more.
We will have lettuce plants, arugula plants, Swiss Chard and whatever else we can coax to be ready for that day — Nasturtiums and perhaps some Benary Giant zinnias and maybe some squash or cucumbers!
Oh, and Happy Easter!
Yours in the Garden,