Post author:lloyd Post published:June 2, 2018 Post category:Uncategorized Post comments:0 Comments Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related Tags: avalon_farms, instagram, marketatdothan, poplarheadfarmersmarket, sustainable Read more articles Previous PostWell, the farm made it through the storm relatively undamaged. Strong winds, and heavy rains, but nothing too severe. The blueberries tried to drink in every last drop, as usual, so a lot of them split (chicken/goat food!). In the second picture, you can see the weeds love the rain as much as the rest of the plants Next PostIt was so good to be back at Poplar Head farmers market, seeing old friends and making new ones! Thankfully the rain held off, and it was pretty pleasant outside. We’re so sorry about the parking issues – there was a graduation ceremony at the Civic Center. Hopefully something like that won’t happen again! PS – just a reminder, it IS hot outside. If the farmers market is your first stop of the day, you might want to bring a cooler for all of your precious treasures. Fresh herbs left in a hot car while you make a few more stops is a terrible sight You Might Also Like All setup at @dothan.nurseries! We’ve got spinich, green garlic, green onions, Senposai, radishes, pasture raised whole chickens and eggs, herb salts, brine and our tasty jams and other goodies. We’re here until 1:00 – stop by and say hi! . April 20, 2019 There’s not a lot of plants that you have to get inside to harvest, but our brown turkey fig trees are one of them! 🤣 Thankfully not scratchy like okra. July 14, 2019 Not really a farm product, but this flowering maple is very happy this year. Usually the grasshoppers nibble on the flowers before they even open. Not this year! June 17, 2018 Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.