It’s truly amazing what a difference having some warm temperatures and bees on the property has made in the garden pollination department. We were waiting to get the produce in a few weeks ago, and now it has taken off in abundance! This Friday & Saturday squash, zucchini, and cucumbers are on sale 3 forContinue reading “A produce sale is on already!!”
Category Archives: Farm happenings
What a wild week!
This week we were able to have both of us on deck here at the farm as Jason had the week off. It was a packed week with not enough hours in each day as many nights ended close to sunrise for a quick nap, and then start again. Our anniversary was a quick 20Continue reading “What a wild week!”
Update on the signage situation….
Wow, you, our customers are awesome! The outpouring of support from everyone has been tremendous after our posting yesterday about the county inspector visit. After much research last night and an in person visit with the county today, everything is business as usual at Holly Hill other than the signage changes. The colorful happy signContinue reading “Update on the signage situation….”
Got a surprise today while harvesting vegetables for tomorrow. We have 3 broccoli heads available along with cucumber, zucchini, squash, spinach, lettuce mix, and micro-greens. We now have 3 varieties of local raw honey available too. You can find wildflower, sourwood, and a mix of clover & wildflower honey all in the stand for Tuesday.Continue reading “Broccoli anyone?”
Always something going on at Holly Hill!
Six years ago we envisioned doing something with our front yard that reminded us of the gardens at the Biltmore Estate. Well that idea has begun to become a reality, just don’t expect us to be at their level since they have over a hundred years of expertise and perfecting (along with a much largerContinue reading “Always something going on at Holly Hill!”
The explosion is coming…
Today’s daily inspection of the high tunnels and field gardens yielded an exciting discovery. Our usual summer offerings are getting very close to a produce explosion. Tomatoes are finally turning red, and the pepper plants have small peppers forming. The squash, zucchini, and cucumber plants are getting larger and producing more fruits on a dailyContinue reading “The explosion is coming…”
Makes your mouth water!
It’s almost that time again…. tomato season! These beauties have grown quickly with the warmer weather. After our planting and math, we have 180 tomato plants in the tunnels to produce these juicy, mouth watering fruits we love so much. Four varieties this year: Cherokee Purple slicers, regular red slicers, cherry tomatoes and paste/canning tomatoes.Continue reading “Makes your mouth water!”
Cucumber, zucchini, and squash
Cucumber, zucchini and yellow squash are available in the Farm stand for Wednesday. We also have eggs, locally baked banana bread, custom cookies, local honey, elderberry products, herbs, and micro-green offerings. The Holly Hill hit of tomatoes have had flowers for quite some time and today we noticed they are fruiting. Cherokee purple and cherryContinue reading “Cucumber, zucchini, and squash”
We were rained out last week for the Bridgemill Farmer’s Market, but will be there from 9am – 1pm tomorrow with HHFG micro-greens. The self service Farm stand will be open with normal business hours Wednesday, Goods will be closed until later in the afternoon. Tomorrow in the Farm stand you will find cucumber, greenContinue reading “Take 2…”
Teacher appreciation week
It’s teacher appreciation week and Holly Hill may just have the perfect gift for you. Goods will be open Tuesday (not a normal opening day) for anyone looking for unique, locally crafted gifts. Custom cookies from Love Bug Baking Co. will be back in the stand tomorrow morning along with fresh cut flowers from SplendorContinue reading “Teacher appreciation week”