The Farm Dirt

Fall Farm Talks Continue
Saturday, October 2 10AM in the Hayloft

Daffodil season is several months away...
but it's time to start planning now!
Nantucket Garden Club members, Mary Malavase and Carol Barrett will share their vast knowledge of all things daffodil including varieties, planting, growing and showing. The 37th annual daffodil show will take place on April 30 and May 1, 2011 right here at Bartlett's Farm. If you have always wanted to enter the show, Mary and Carol can show you everything you need to know. Or, if you just love daffodils, come in and hear what they have to say!
10am in the Hayloft
No fee.
Coffee and tea available.

Pick Your Own Tomatoes!

Saturday October 2, 1-4 pm

Bring your own containers.

Park by the fence near the entrance to the field on

Bartlett Farm Road

$1 per pound
Cash and Carry

First Friday Dinners

Sit down to a relaxing and cozy dinner prepared by

Chef Neil Patrick Hudson.

This new series of dinners will be held in the Hayloft on the first Friday of every month, beginning November 5th.

To register or learn more about First Friday Dinners, click here.

What's Going on Around the Farm?
Back by popular demand! Guess the weight of your pumpkin within a 10th of a pound and get it for free!! You'd be surprised how many people earn a free pumpkin!
Decorate your porch or deck!

Pumpkins, gourds, Halloween decorations, haybales, cornstalks, mums, ornamental cabbage and kale are all available in the garden center and shade garden.

October 7th...Bartlett's is hosting a book signing for the Egan Institute from 4-6pm. Meet author Deb McManus as she signs her long-awaited and newly-published book about Nantuckets Farms, past and present,

Town Farms and Country Commons.

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What's Being Harvested?
red, yellow, yellow cherry, red cherry, yellow grape, red grape
Beans: green and wax
Cabbage: green and red
Zucchini Squash
Potatoes: red, white, yukon gold, fingerling
Field Greens:
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italian parsley, curly parsley
rosemary, sage, tarragon,
thyme: lavender, lemon, english
lemon verbena.
Winter Squash: Butternut, Buttercup, Spaghetti, Acorn, Blue Hubbard, Carnival, Sweet Dumpling, Delicata
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