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Bryan Palmer CSA

PO Box 280
Wellsville UT 84339
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Our CSA farm grows chemical free-fresh, locally grown herbs, vegetables, berries, and flowers picked at the peak of ripeness. From Arugula to Zucchini, from Asian greens to winter squash, from Amaranths to Zinnia, we try and grow it all. Our CSA believes in supporting the community it is in and so allot of seed and farm materials come from local businesses. We sell herbs, produce, berries, flowers, plants, fresh salsa and pesto, and dried floral wreaths at the Cache Valley Gardener's Market and to local restaurants, with a pick your share pick-up at the farm.

Dear CSA members,

We have been busy transplanting thousands of tomatoes, now it is on to peppers, eggplants, 2nd crop of greens, herbs, etc. The 1st crop is about ready and growing good.

Our 1st share will start sooner than thought, I am thinking that those who want to come out to the farm sometime in the next week or two, we have red norland potatoes, green onions and I hope carrots. Some of the carrots were taken out by voles. I plan on going over and checking on Monday night.

As a side note, if any of you are looking for extra Roma tomato plants or know of anyone looking for some. The below ad from KSL is from the Berry's, who has gracefully allowed us to use ½ of their greenhouse for growing our plants this year. Please tell all those who are seeking plants about them!

Please let me know how many potatoes and green onions you want!

Thanks for your support!!

Bryan

ROMA TOMATO STARTS
Hyrum, UT 84319 - Mar 23, 2009

Our Family owns a small local greenhouse and we have access to TONS of Roma tomato starts that we need to have sold right away.

Our daughter was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor and had surgery in January. We are selling these plants to help pay for her treatments.

The more you buy, the cheaper they are!

  • 1-5 4/packs $2.00 each
  • 6-10 4/packs $1.75 each
  • 11+ 4/packs $1.50 each

Get your neighbors / church groups together and buy a bunch! Romas make great salsa and sauce and are wonderful on salads also!

Orders need to be made by the first Friday in April so HURRY! First come first served til they're gone.

We also will have peppers, herbs and flower starts available for sale.


  
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