We are now taking orders for the Saturday May 30 Pickup/Delivery Service.
This week Hattie’s Garden has plenty of salad greens from the Garden, including a new cutting of 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, salmon, Alaska cod and rockfish from AlaskaWild Seafoods, fresh honey from Chrissy’s Bees, gourmet selections from Nancy’s Cafe and fresh cheese from Chapel’s Country Creamery.
We have improved our ordering capacity process and expect the order form to be available for at least a few hours today. But it likely won’t continue past this evening. Please place your order as soon as possible to be sure to get your order in. Unfortunately. we will shutdown the system when we reach our capacity of orders we can handle.
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.
What’s coming at Hattie’s Garden
Our spring planting of carrots and beets will be ready soon. We will also have garlic scapes in a couple of weeks and then lovely hard garlic for you.
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 for your Home Gardens
We have lots of plants available this week as detailed in our plant email. It is not too late to start a garden. We have just planted our last batch of tomatoes that will be ready in about two weeks.
We have planted more squash and cucumbers for you and there will be basil coming along for the next six weeks or so in both large container pots for your deck and in smaller pots for your garden.
Since we are not attending the HLFM for now, we will continue to bring you wonderful food products from our vendors. We hope the continuation of our service is important to some of you who are still staying in, or find it more convenient to pickup or have your things delivered.
Yours in the Garden,