H a r v e s t



Fall Harvest

Mara des Bois STRAWBERRIES  are everbearing and still producing some large and tasty berries in November. These are the sweetest berries around, and YES, they do have all of their seeds on their skin. See link page.

We still have some leafy greens like chard, kale, lettuce, mint and  mustard. Most of these will die with the freeze,

but the lettuce is covered and may survive the softer freezes.

All the fixings for elm-tree soup using the young tender ones, pulled out by their roots.This specialty is by request only, http://www.naturalmedicinalherbs.net/herbs/u/ulmus-parvifolia=chinese-elm.php.

Fall Special

Cherry Tomatoes still abound. Most were harvested before the freeze, then de-stemed, washed and frozen whole. These little marbles will make some great snacks and sauce through the winter.

Helpful Living Herbs (seasonal): Milk Thistle, Scarlet Globe Mallow, Goat Head, Mint, Rhubarb, Devils Claw, Sage, Chamomile, Elm Bark, Virginia Tobacco, Dandilion, Oregano,

Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme.

Coming Later

 Pecans and ripening green tomatoes