Good thing I looked before walking into the corn:
Those wasps seemed quite at home on that corn leaf. Continue reading
You can almost see it’s a garden, after weeks of weeding and Gretchen had just finished mowing between the rows.
Visible, left to right: cucumber, yellow squash, okra, eggplant, tomato, corn (maize).
Our restaurant customer came to pick up some produce.
You’ll be able to eat these greens and grits at 401 West, St. Marys, GA. Continue reading
Tom H. Johnson Jr. and Mary Caroline Pindar wanted to see the garden at Okra Paradise Farms.
Abelmoschus esculentus, okra, lady’s fingers, gumbo, ngombo, bhindi, vendakkai, and many other names. Possibly from West Africa, or Ethiopia, or South Asia. Requires full sun and hot temperatures with good soil. Continue reading
It doesn’t really belong in the corn trailer, where Gretchen found it.
The dogs would love for us to keep it here, but Continue reading
Gretchen with Okra Paradise Farms grits and corn flour fresh from the mill: in four colors, including the rare blue 2016 vintage.
Never a pesticide was seen by these grits, and yes they are Continue reading
Where: Barnes Healthcare Services
200 S Patterson St, Valdosta, GA 31601
When: 1-3PM Friday 15 July 2016
Here’s a list of what Gretchen will have for sale at reasonable prices: Continue reading