seasonal fresh market that opens as soon as the tomatoes are ripe. we also grow potatoes cucumbers peppers and eggplant Located between I-55 and Lemay Ferry Road on Meramec Bottom Road in front of the Missouri American Water Company in South St.
Louis County. We are a landmark because this farm has been in our family since 1896.
Operating as usual
Let me start by saying that any chance of opening with tomatoes this summer ended today when Steve's truck was stolen from under the canopy overnight. Our country has gone to hell, and the criminals have the upper hand. I will not risk the safety or lives of my family for even one business day. Thank you for supporting our small business for 35 years. We will miss you.
We are overjoyed to announce an addition to the 6th generation here on the farm. Megan and Dustin are proud parents to Dillon Grainger Mehrtens. He's a sturdy 8# boy with long fingers. Everyone is doing great.
Sweet potatoes available:
Wire bushel $20 (3 avail)
Cardboard box $10. (Only 1 avail)
FOR THE SEASON
Still have limited supply of
So there are two days left to our 2021 tomato season.
Tuesday 1-5 pm
We also still have Gypsy peppers,
Potatoes, cabbage, and eggplant.
The end is near. The tomatoes are still beautiful but almost gone. Gypsy pepper box $30, limit 1 per family. Only 3 available.
PRICE REDUCTION!!!!! BEAUTIFUL SLICERS
3 pounds for $5.00
Open Wed August 11th, 12-5 pm
Sat Sunday 9-4
Number 1 quality, NOT blemished. Supply is limited.
Anybody dying to do some salsa or canning this weekend? This 10 pound bag is $10. Come see Pat.
HOURS THIS WEEK August 1st:
TUESDAY 12-5 pm
WEDNESDAY 12-5 pm
THURSDAY 12-5 pm
FRIDAY 9-5 pm
SATURDAY 9-4 pm
SUNDAY 9-4 pm
Farm on !!!
I promised to keep everyone updated for this weekend, so here is everything.
OPEN All weekend!!
OPEN WEDNESDAY 12-5 PM
FULL MOON IS CAUSING EXTRA REDNESS IN OUR FIELDS
OPEN WEDNESDAY 12:00 TO 5PM. FULL MOON IS CAUSING EXTRA REDNESS IN OUR FIELDS!!
OPEN NOON TIL 4 PM OR LATER
RAIN DELAY SUNDAY.
WILL OPEN AS SOON AS IT STOPS.
THANKS FOR UNDERSTANDING
HOURS THIS WEEK:
Thursday July 22, 12-5 pm
Friday 9-5 pm
Saturday 9-5 pm
Sunday 9-4 pm
***OPEN SUNDAY ***
9 am til sold out
When we sort tomatoes, it's all hands on deck.
SATURDAY 9am - 2pm
possibly longer if we don't run out of tomatoes,
(but we probably will)
Guess what day IT is ????????
Wednesday, July 14th, 2-6 pm.
Will be open Monday 2-6 pm with the following:
Yellow flat beans
IF YOU ORDERED YELLOW BEANS, they will be available at 10am tomorrow. We have a lot !!! Anyone wanting some or more than heir order, we can probably accommodate you. $3.00 per pound
UPDATE: the rain has been bad for these beans. The blossoms that should have produced early, are gone and no beans. I see new blossoms so we are just playing a waiting game for another week or two. Thank you for understanding.
Dont get too excited, tomatoes are not near ready yet,........but in about 10 or 12 days, these beautiful yellow flat beans will. There seems to be a lot also. If anyone has any interest, comment or message me because I am thinking of starting a list so as I pick them, people can come get their order as fresh as possible.
We've started planting and hope to be open full time. I realized I've never shown y'all the process of planting, so here you go....see you soon.
Letting everyone know that we are trying our best to be open full time this summer
Ok, one last post and I will be done for 2020, I promise!! I have about 40 old fashioned 'cow' pumpkins, $3.00 each, which are the truest type for the best pies. The story is that these were fed ONLY to the dairy cows to make their milk sweeter.
CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY.
stop by and pick up a few free tomatoes. There aren't enough to open again but we do want to show some love to our faithful followers.
A HUGE thank you to everyone here who supports our small business and understands our limited abilities. Stay safe and see you all in 2021!!!
Saturday Sept 5th
9am til gone
Sunday if needed
We are keeping watch on the weather 🌧 forecast like all farmers do, so as to decide when we'll be open this weekend. It may only be Saturday for sure, STAY TUNED FOR UPDATES
Its that time of year,
And if you are even thinking about salsa or canning, then THIS WEEKEND may be your best chance.
Boxes (seconds) are $15 each
10 are available.
Beal Kennels is located near St. Louis Mo., on 5 spacious acres, with plenty of room to romp and play with our Tibetan Mastiff friends.
St. Louis's first Combined Community Supported Agriculture (CCSA)--love your food and love your farmers! Sign up for your share at fairshares.org
IF IT LAYS IT I WILL HATCH IT
Everything you'd expect from an urban alpaca ranch, minus the alpacas.
Soulard Garden maintained by members of Soulard Co Op Group. Grow fruits and vegetables in your own bed and help out in the community beds. Members maintain the garden landscape.
We are a nonprofit created by Noelle Wagner on a historical truck farm in Sappington,MO. Our mission is to create a sustainable farm growing & gathering.
Blossom Booster is a citrate soluble crystal fertilizer that helps provide a long lasting complete and balanced nutrition to help build big roots to feed big colas without risk of burn for optimum yields.
Organic urban farm growing wheatgrass and sprouts.
Association & Industry news for Association members.
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For Health and Happiness, "FRESH IS BEST"! Homegrown from our fields to our market.