Halloween newsletter


Sprout Farm Newsletter Oct 28, 2017

Hello Everyone.

I expect to see frost on the pumpkins soon but there's been no hard frost yet so we still have corn. It is a little on the small side but it is tender and tasty. We have over 10 different varieties of apples and pears. N the cooler we have peeled butternut squash, unpasteurized cider, lettuce and cranberries out of Carver Mass.

We are putting our remaining Fiskar garden tools on sale for 50% off, while supplies last. Our flower bulbs are 35% off and the Montauk Daisies are now $3.99.

I plan on attending the Mashpee Garden Club presentation this Weds. at the Mashpee Library. There will be a presentation on holiday greens decorations. I love taking these classes to see what ideas other people have. Sometimes I feel like I'll never have a new idea so that's when I run to Google Images.

If you've never tried this trick, it's simple.

  1. Bring up the Google home screen.

  2. In the far upper right corner of the screen, click on 'Images'

  3. Type a word in the search box of an item you would like to see. I type in Christmas wreath and watch the images roll in. There are lots of options to chose from and the only limit is the time you spend on the computer.

Neil Collins has come by with his beautiful Sprout Farm pumpkins. You can see pictures on them on our facebook page or our website.

www.sproutfarm.net

https://www.facebook.com/sproutfarmmashpee/

Happy Halloween everyone.

Phyllis Sprout


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