Garden Grab Bags and other exciting news for the 2018 season

Hey everyone! I hope you all had a great winter and are as excited for the warmer weather and longer days (and more work) as I am.

I really loved doing the weekly boxes last year, but because of the unreliability of everyone's schedule, I've decided to switch things up (just a bit though!). I will be offering weekly Garden Grab Bags. Each week, I'll have 20 $20 bags full of fresh vegetables, fruits, and herbs available on a first-come first-serve basis. This way, I can guarantee that I'll sell 20 bags, and you won't have a weekly commitment. 

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Those who sign up for my weekly email will have the first option of signing up for a bag that week, then I will post to social media to get more customers, if needed. I'll still be offering add-ons—eggs, cut flowers, additional vegetables, ground pork, pork and ham chops, flour, and fruits. 

 


Sample mid-June box: bag of mixed greens, micro-greens, edible flowers, chives, dill, bunch of radishes, baby potatoes, swiss chard, garlic scapes. 
Sample mid-July box: kale, beets, onions, carrots, snap peas, green beans, zucchini, cilantro.
Sample mid-August box: head lettuce, garlic, broccoli, summer squash, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, heirloom tomatoes, basil. 
Sample mid-September box: butternut squash, potatoes, carrots, onion, garlic, tomatoes, hot peppers, parsley.

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I'm also excited to announce that Lady's Hat Farm is starting a new venture with our farmer friends, Jenna and Brett Hauck of Lazy T Farm, and Ian Griebel and Dana Blume of RedTail Farms. We are combining forces to bring our products to Leduc and area in a partnership called The Prairie Farm Project. Please check out our website, theprairiefarmproject.com, and our social media, @theprairiefarmproject, for updates and news. 

Nikki Wiart