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Fruit & News of the Week: June 5th 2017

Fruit of the Week Stella Cherries Frog Hollow Farm, Brentwood, CA Stella cherries are dark almost to the point of being black and slightly smaller than the big, bold Bing.These are the last variety of cherry for the season. Crimson

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Farm Focus: Pruning Time & Spring Stroll Event

It’s Pruning Time! Winter on the farm is far from uneventful. Trees may be dormant, but our teams are far from it. Preparation and work during winter sets the tone for the success of our summer stone fruit. As mentioned

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Farm Focus: Asian Pear Plantings

Asian pear tree plantings

We are slowly but surely building up our fall and winter fruit crops with the goal of providing more Frog Hollow fruit for our CSA year round.  Last year, we were pleased to plant 5 varieties of mandarins and 2

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Farm Focus: A Winter Poem

Love Letters In wintertime trees secretly write green love letters every night — tiny messages curled up tight. Trees write these letters when our world turns cold when hope seems lost when they long to hold memories of autumn glittering

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