Hattie’s Garden on Tuesday, October 31 from 1 to 4 and Thursday, November 2 from 10 to 4 for the sale of produce, meat, eggs, cheese, fish and lavender plants.
>In addition to our farm hours, you can find us at the Fall Historic Lewes Farmers Market (HLFM) located at the Lewes Elementary School parking lot at 820 Savannah Road on Saturday from 9 to 12.
We now have a large assortment of apple varieties from Stag Run Farm. This week we are happy to offer Granny Smith, Cameo, JonaGold, Fuji, Gibson Golden Delicious, Winesap, Stayman and Honey Crisp.
Hattie’s Garden will have a small amount of Provider green beans this week. We will limit to one quart each. We were also lucky enough to find lovely small red potatoes for you again this year. Our Microgreens are in full swing and are delightful.
What’s Available from Hattie
The following freshly harvested produce will be available at the Garden on Tuesday, October 31 from 1 to 4 and Thursday, November 2 from 10 to 4, and at the HLFM Fall Market at the Lewes Elementary School parking lot at 820 Savannah Rd on Saturday from 9 to 12.
- Provider Green Beans — Our favorite green bean limited to one quart per customer.
- Red Satin Radishes — Beautiful and delicious with lovely greens.
- Young Arugula — It’s young, clean and flavorful. Triple-washed and bagged.
- Young Swiss Chard — Bagged. Delightfully tender, young Swiss chard is suitable for salad use or lightly cooked.
- Hakurei Turnips — Sweet, mild white salad turnips are good raw or lightly cooked.
- Chives — Fresh-cut, in bunches.
- Lemongrass — Lemony and herbaceous. Works well in sweet and savory dishes and drinks.
- Young Mixed Lettuce — Triple washed and bagged. Limited.
- Young Carrots — Young Carrots bunched.
- Red Potatoes — Small red potatoes with thin nutrient filled skins.
- Fuyu Persimmons — Can be eaten while still hard and is delicious with no astringency. Great with a charcuterie tray with cheeses and nuts. Use in salads and pairs wonderfully with cinnamon and cloves for baking and cooking. No core. Eat the entire fruit. Considered a national fruit in Japan.
- Arugula Microgreens — One of our most popular microgreens because of its distinctive spicy and nutty flavor.
- Mixed Microgreens — Mixture of kale, kohlrabi, asian greens, red cabbage.
- China Rose/Daikon Radish microgreens mixture — Outstanding spicy kick that’s a great addition to a salad or on top of a sandwich.
We have lovely Lavender Plants for your home gardens in 8″ pots.
What’s Available from our Other Vendors
We carry the following meat, eggs, cheese, fish and other food products at the Garden on Tuesday, October 31 from 1 to 4 and Thursday, November 2 from 10 to 4.
- Enoch Farms — Sustainably raised, naturally grown, heritage pork. Available this week is Sweet Italian, Spicy Italian, Kielbasa, Chorizo, Breakfast Links, Breakfast Patties, Bratwurst, Scrapple, Porkchops, Bacon and Spare ribs.
- Stag Run Farm — This week we have Cameo, Granny Smith, JonaGold, Fuji, Gibson Golden Delicious, Winesap, Stayman and Honey Crisp apples. See below for apple descriptions.
- Backyard Jams & Jellies — We have a large variety of jams, jellies, mustards, chutney, no sugar added, and plenty of the popular Beach Plum Jelly.
- AlaskaWild Seafoods — Flash frozen, wild-caught salmon, rockfish and cod.
- Chapel’s Country Creamery — Farmstead artisan cheese that taste as good as they look. The cows are not given any synthetic growth or production-enhancing hormones, just a lot of love and attention.
- Chrissy’s Bees — Dutch Clover and Wildflower Honey.
- Beach Dog Farm — Pasture-raised, organic fed, unclassified eggs in limited supply.
- Twin Post Farm — Free-range chicken eggs from Princess Anne County.
Stag Run Farm Apples
- Honey Crisp — Well balanced, sweet, tart taste, honey crisp is fantastically crisp and juicy. It’s moderately sharp sub-acid taste is accompanied by mild aromatic characteristic. A good keeper, Honey Crisp is an all-purpose apple.
- Cameo — a great fresh eating apple and excellent baking apple. Cameo has a thin skin with a sweet and tart flavor with a hint of pear. Firm and crisp red striped apple.
- Granny Smith — this hard sour apple is back! Great for cooking and eating raw. Nice in salads as it doesn’t brown quickly. And green apples have more protein, more fiber, a bit more potassium and iron than red. (Red is higher in beta carotene and antioxidants.)
- Fuji — crisp, firm and dense, juicy and one of the sweetest. Good keeper, and while mostly known as an eating apple, it holds its shape well and so is suited to baking.
- Gibson Golden Delicious — this fresh eating apple has a honey sweet flavor, is crisp and juicy and is an all-purpose apple. This mutation of Golden Delicious is less prone to russetting and has a nice smooth skin.
- JonaGold — a cross between a Jonathan and a Golden Delicious, JonaGold is a large delicious apple. Sweet and tart all-purpose apple.
- Stayman — Around since at least the mid-19th century, Stayman is a medium-sized red apple that is firm, tender, finely textured, juicy, crisp, tart and spicy. It is used as a dessert apple and keeps well.
- Winesap — This small to medium apple is an old cultivar from at least the 18th century. Winesap is sweet with a tangy finish and is an all-purpose apple.
Directions to Hattie’s Garden
Hattie’s Garden is located at 31341 Kendale Rd in Lewes approximately 3 miles from Plantation Road (also known as Rt. 1D), coming inland on either Robinsonville Rd. or Beaver Dam Rd (Rt. 23 South).
Kendale Rd. is a short road (0.6 miles) between Robinsonville and Beaver Dam Road.
The house is fifth on the left from Beaver Dam Rd, and has a large wooden fence in front of house with purple trim.
Park in the graveled area facing the fence.
Yours in the Garden and the Market,