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Jeff's Farm Update: Field news, scones and lobster

If you've driven by the farm's fields lately, you may have noticed that they are starting to fill up, and it is beginning to look like summer around here. 

Corn under our growing cloth is over two feet tall. Our tomatoes, peppers, and eggplants have been planted and are doing well. If you still need to plant yours, we still have a great selection of tomato and vegetable starts in our garden center.  

Woman holding a large tomato planter in Moulton Farm's garden center

Our garden center has some amazing colors as more annuals and perennials arrive weekly. Our gardening workshop series has been a big success over the past few weeks, and our herb container workshop on Saturday is the last before we transition into our summer food series of events. Stay tuned for details!

We're now picking items from our fields, including several types of lettuce (Iceberg, Romaine, and red and green head lettuce), kale, and salad mix. From our season extending growing tunnels, we are harvesting English and snacking cucumbers and tomatoes. There is nothing better than freshly picked cukes and tomatoes on a bed of our salad mix for dinner on a summer evening!

Freshly baked blueberry lemon scones on a plate at Moulton Farm's bakery

Wendy and our farm bakery team have introduced some new products that are really a big hit.  Cranberry-orange and blueberry-lemon scones, snickerdoodles, almond joy cookies, and lemon cookies have been all the talk this spring.  Also, our new bagels and veggie cream cheese made with farm vegetables are sure to be popular this summer.  

With Father's Day approaching, here are a few ideas for the special day: Take your special man to Sunday brunch at Moulton's Hay Wagon. Or treat him to our twin lobster takeout dinner on June 15 and 16. For something he can enjoy all summer, pick up one of the patio tomato planters we've grown in our garden center.

One thing is certain: summertime sure is coming fast, ready or not!


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