Our Fresh Baked Goodies!
We offer a variety of fresh baked cookies and are happy to take orders. I tend to not make your typical varieties, but am happy to make them upon request. Cookie varieties I bake are:Chocolate chunk, Molasses Ginger, English Toffee, Chocolate chocolate chunk, and A Raspberry filled Shortbread.
In addition our Pies and tarts are fresh baked Friday, Saturdays and Sundays unless ordered for weekdays. I bake Apple, blueberry, Mixed Berry, & Strawberry Rhubarb. In addition specialty varieties such a s Pecan and Coconut Custard are available for the holidays or Special order.
In case you didn't get your fall garlic planted we do have Spring Garlic available.
1. Prepare your garden bed: Select a gardening area that receives 6-8 hours of sunlight per day. Wait until the soil has thawed and drained. To test, form a handful of soil into a ball, and then tap it with your fingers. If it crumbles apart easily, it’s time to plant. If it holds firm, wait a while longer for the soil to dry out more. Remove weeds, add some finished compost, and fertilize with an organic fertilizer.
2. Plot out your planting holes: Since the bulbs are expected to be small, you can plant them closer together. Plot out spring garlic planting holes about 2-4 inches apart, and about 2-inches deep.
3. Separate the cloves right before planting: Separate the cloves from the bulb. Use the largest and healthiest looking cloves for planting. Save the smaller and damaged cloves for cooking.
4. Plant the garlic cloves: Place the cloves in your prepare holes with the flat, root side facing down and the pointed end facing up. Cover, firm the soil, and water well.
5. Add mulch to your garlic bed: Cover the garlic bed with a 2-3 inch layer of organic mulch, such as straw or shredded leaves. This will help keep weeds down.
Thank you for an amazing first year in East Greenwich!
We Could not be more grateful for the support of our new location at 2657 South County Trail East Greenwich. We have a tremendous amount of work necessary as we prepare for the Spring Season. To do so, we will be closed until March. However, if there is anything you need; honey, eggs. or fresh baked pies please call 401-943-2707 at our Johnston Farm and I will meet you in East Greenwich.
Thank you for your Business!
We grow a large variety of flowering plants, whether they are bedding, tropical,proven winners, and specialty varieties. Our family has been learning through our mistakes for over 70 years and enjoy sharing our knowledge with our consumers. There are varieties that are indestructible, better for pots, shade, sun, long blooming and tried and true. We are always happy to help and share our experience.
Our Own Grass Fed Beef
In Spring of 2019 we are excited to be sharing and selling our own grass fed beef, grown here on our farm in Johnston R.I. We never use hormones, antibiotics or food supplements. They enjoy themselves grazing on their 20 acres of grass covered fields and hiding under the trees on a hot day. Our cows are raised and harvested humanely, not in food lots. When the season changes & it gets cold we supplement their feed with Silage to provide them a warm dinner in the cold winter months. The Silage is grown here on our farm using GMO free seeds & no chemicals, the corn is picked and sold leaving the green stalks to chop for our cows, making a perfect supplement when the weather changes & there is no grass to eat besides their hay. We invite you to at any point to please drive by or stop in and visit our cows and how they are raised. Once you eat fresh grass fed beef you won't want anything else.