We are now taking orders for the Saturday June 6 Pickup/Delivery Service.
This week look for more available produce from Hattie’s Garden in the form of fresh carrots, hakurei turnips, beets with greens, salad greens, and beautiful young arugula.
In addition, we have free-range chicken eggs from Twin Post, a great assortment of fresh mushrooms from King Mushrooms, more than 50 types of homemade jams & jellies from Backyard Jams and Jellies, Coho Salmon and Sockeye Salmon from AlaskaWild Seafoods, fresh honey from Chrissy’s Bees, gourmet selections from Nancy’s Cafe and fresh cheese from Chapel’s Country Creamery.
Our ordering process has been refined and we expect the order form to be available through the evening today. When we reach capacity, unfortunately, we will have to shut it down, but you should experience an improvement from previous weeks. We do ask you to please place your order as soon as possible to be sure to get your order in.
Thanks for supporting Hattie’s Garden and all your local vendors. We feel a true sense of community with our customers and we hope you do too.
We will continue to work with our other vendors to bring to you whatever they can provide in these unusual times. Be sure to check with us every week on Sunday to see what’s new.
Plants and Produce
In addition to placing an order for this Saturday’s pickup/delivery service, you may also want to stop by Hattie’s Garden anytime this week between 2-5 p.m on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.
We will have lots of plants for your home gardens, as well as produce and other food items (fish, cheese and honey and eggs) for your consumption available. No appointment is necessary. You can refer to this post sent out yesterday for details on what will be available.
Beginning on Tuesday, Hattie’s Garden will harvest spring carrots, young red beets, hakurei turnips, spinach, young swiss chard and plenty of salad ingredients. These items will ready for you when you stop by the garden during these operating hours or harvested for your order fresh for Saturday. Please note: the spinach and swiss chard is only available during the week as it will sell quickly. In addition, we keep on hand plenty of cheese, salmon, eggs and honey.
It is not too late to start a garden. We have beautiful big new tomato plants, peppers, eggplants, squash, cucumbers and more ready for you to pop into the ground. We have plenty of herbs and loads of flowers. You can plant all these vegetables, flowers and herbs throughout the month of June and get plenty of harvest and a great show of color well into September and even October. For more information on these plants, please visit our website.
Yours in the Garden,