Grace knows good food when she sees it (and tastes it!), but she has grown up part of the Pahl Farms family so it’s been a little easier for her. The good news is that you can be a part of the Pahl Farms family too by joining our Community Supported Agriculture Program (CSA).
As Abraham Lincoln said, “All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel Mother.” Mother’s Day is May 12th this year and nothing says “I love you Mom” like a gift that keeps growing! Our knowledgeable staff is ready to help with all your gardening needs and with finding that something […]
May 24th – June 9th: 30% off any trellis with and vine purchase June 1st – June 30th: 30% off all succulents ALL 10″ Hanging Petunia Baskets – $19.99 (while supplies last)
If you’ve entered our photo contest in the past, we are changing things up a little bit this year. Instead of creating a calendar at the end of the year, we are going to be doing a monthly photo contest alongside each Pahl’s Market Event. Participants are encouraged to take multiple photographs while attending our monthly events […]
Sunflowers are typically grown from seeds and produce a tall stalk topped by a few large flowers, or they can be shorter with a number of smaller blooms. SunBelievable™ is different. It’s a brand new hybrid with a multi-branching, short and compact habit, and because it doesn’t produce seeds, it can put all of its […]
Pick up your 2019 Pahl’s Market calendar and save all season, every season! Calendars will be available for purchase starting November 23rd.
– When shopping, to test for freshness gently grasp a branch in your fingers and pull carefully toward you. If the tree is fresh, very few needles should come off in your hand. – Lift the tree slightly and shake or bounce on its stump. Not many needles should fall to the ground. However, some […]
Personally I love the fall with the leaves turning colors and the cool mornings that make that cup of Hazelnut coffee at Holiday taste exceptionally good. Pumpkin harvest is in full swing providing we can get them out in between the rain showers and the heavy dew that seems to last until noon some mornings.
You may get lucky and get a kiss from your sweetheart, but if you want to plant the new University of Minnesota apple you may have to wait until the year 2034. This is when the patent on the tree expires.
The project we will share this month was completed in Burnsville and consisted of removing some old over grown shrubs, rock and edging followed up with the installation of soil, edging, outcroppings, plant material, preen and mulch.