As we move forward in this reality, please keep the most vulnerable among us in mind, and be responsible for them, as well as ourselves.
At the farm, between seeding new plants, planting perennials, adding new beds and weeding old ones, I am adding online ordering to the mix. Farmers markets are proceeding as normal-ish, so with maximum safety in mind, you will be able to place your order in advance, and then quickly pick it up at your market.
As a reminder, any produce you purchase from Wild Blossom Farm has only ever been touched by me – whether in the field, or while being washed and packed. And with the pre-packed orders, no one else will ever handle any of the produce.
I believe in the value of local, regenerative agriculture for many reasons, with the health benefits of real food being primary among them. I will never do anything to jeopardize that.
If you would like to pre-order your produce, you can order online and I will pack the order for pickup at your regular farmers market.
You can order online at shop.wildblossomfarm.com . The system will open to accept orders twice a week:
– Tuesday, for pickup at Lower Makefield Farmers Market on Thursdays.
– Thursday, for pickup at Perkasie Farmers Market on Saturdays.
Ordering will close when availability reaches zero, or as dictated by time constraints.
When checking out, PLEASE indicate in the section marked “Note to Seller,” the market at which you will be picking up.
Obviously, this is much more labor-intensive and time-consuming for me, but it is unquestionably safer for all of us.
Lastly, if you are someone who is being supremely responsible to your community, and actually staying home, I will deliver orders to your home to help support your effort. Please just indicate that in the “Note to Seller” section. And I ask that you order at least $20 per delivery so that I don’t have to add any delivery fees.
From the Farm
A look at some of the wide variety of what grows here