The purple top turnips are practically jumping out of the ground. So much turnip hummus to make. Many carrots are thinned and waiting to grow more sweet after the frost. That frost may still be a fortnight or more away, as farming near the ocean has its benefits. Peck’s Meadow at Holly Hill is full, full of upright broccoli, red berried, black seeded, asparagus fern, cosmos, still lovely smelling thai basil and kale. These hardy Autumn crops are also worth their leaf peeping qualities. The tall, tall jerusalem artichoke, sun choke, sun root crop is about to blossom, and well
A Certified Organic Farm and A Farm for Teaching & Learning
Holly Hill Farm is now owned by the 5th generation of the White family. The current certified organic Farm was established in 1998 and the non-profit Friends of Holly Hill Farm was established in 2002.