Find out what is happening around the market this March!
We started planting in the greenhouse two weeks ago and our first round of vegetable transplant seedlings will begin on schedule March 6th with green and red cabbage. We will also seed cauliflower, broccoli and kale that week plus some herbs.
All of the smells that I love about spring are slowly coming back since we started planting on February 13th, officially kicking off our year.
As the snow is melting and the warm weather is approaching it is a great time to get outside to put away your winter equipment and prepare your landscape tools for spring. Going through your tools and cleaning up the yard and landscape beds are great March projects.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs allow residents to have direct access to high quality, fresh produce grown locally. At its heart a Community Supported Agriculture program revolves around a meaningful relationship between a farmer, a set of farm members, and a piece of farmland.
Everyone agrees that our annual Moss Basket Days are a sure sign of spring! Join us for this hands-on event which allows you to design and plant your very own Moss Basket in the warmth of our greenhouse.
We are now accepting applications for the 2017 season! We’re looking for a variety of talented employees that are highly motivated, have good people skills, are willing to learn and contribute to the overall success of Pahl’s.
What’s that stand of bright red branches poking out of the snow? It’s one of the lesser known winter thrills, dogwood shrubs with fiery stems.
It might not feel like it outside, but things are heating up here at Pahl’s Market! New spring décor is arriving daily, our seeds for the 2017 season are in and we are stocked with birdseed, firewood and straw bales. It won’t be much longer until we fire up the greenhouses and start planting!
Salt damage to gardens and landscape plants is a problem for many gardeners. Runoff of dissolved salts from the road ways, driveways and sidewalks not only injure the plants but also change the structure of the soil causing it to become compacted and restricting the nutrients, water, and oxygen available to the plants.