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Picture Yourself at a Cranberry Harvest

Each October we hold our “Picture Yourself at a Cranberry Harvest” tour.  Included is a brief history of who we are here at Stone Bridge Farm, the history of growing and harvesting cranberries, a guided tour, and the opportunity to see … Continue reading

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April 12 Establishing Two New Bee Hives

Last Saturday Scott and Josh picked up two new packages of bees. The packages consist of 3 pounds of bees and a new queen in a separate cell. We purchased them from our bee club, Bristol County Bee Keepers Association … Continue reading

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Hello Winter

With the current temperature at 13 degrees and wind chill of negative 3 at the warmest part of the day, outdoor chores just got a bit more difficult. I really don’t know if I can have enough layers of clothes … Continue reading

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Running Out of Patience

I should know by now, there isn’t any instant gratification in gardening. Patience for that seed to sprout, the plant to flower, the tiny vegetable to get just a little bit bigger. So we wait, and wait, one more day, … Continue reading

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Would You Guess Lemon Ball Cucumbers?

Ok, maybe you guessed correctly! They are lemon ball cucumbers. If you know me you know that each year I like to try something new in the garden. One of them just happens to be the lemon ball cukes. They … Continue reading

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String Beans and Pigs

Sorry, the string beans really don’t have anything to do with the pig. It’s just a prop because the string beans alone weren’t making a memorable photo on their own. The pig is really cute, and functional-his sides are chalkboard … Continue reading

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Cabbage Time

New this year, early caraflex cone shaped cabbage. Just the right size for a delicious coleslaw, or steam it, use it in stir fries, or eat it raw. This has an excellent rich cabbage flavor. I was surprised at just … Continue reading

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Radishes….

Ok, I admit it. I never ate radishes. They were a garnish that I left on the plate. Now I grow them, and what you grow, you eat. Raw they are crunchy, peppery, spicy. Now here is the secret to … Continue reading

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Sugar Daddy Peas

Woohoo! Sugar Daddy peas are nearly ready. They promise to be crisp, sweet and delicious and you’ll want to get twice as many as you think you’ll need. Why? Because you know you are going to eat so many of … Continue reading

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Butterhead Lettuce

Yum… Butter head lettuce–extremely tender, delicate flavor. Its almost ready!

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Eat More Kale

Kale, so good. Sweet, delicious, tender and loaded with nutrients. I love to sauté it in a bit of good olive oil and a little garlic. We’re growing two varieties, Curly Kale and Russian Kale. It should be ready in … Continue reading

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Chickens Don’t Care if It’s Raining

Our 13 Barred Rock hens are having a great spring. Their free range days are spent foraging around between the meadow and the woods. They love new clover and are producing well. There should be no shortage of eggs this … Continue reading

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