McDonald Trail Station Farmers Market, McDonald, PA.
We will be selling sweet bulb onions, many types of garlic for eating or planting, hydroponic lettuces, salad greens and more.
We will also be taking orders for our Angus beef cuts, roasts and ground beef, available starting late July.
Join us on Saturdays, 9 to noon, from July to mid-September on the front porch of the McDonald Trail Station & Meeting House, located right off the Montour Bike Trail at 160 S. McDonald Street, McDonald, PA.
Our CSA model has changed. In place of a prepaid subscription, this year we will send a Fresh Harvest email to announce what is ready to harvest. Vegetable and beef orders may be made by reply to this email.
We will have fresh vegetables from May to October and will harvest them every week or two. Vegetables include cool weather crops such as spinach, broccoli, cabbage, beets, lettuce and greens, onions, leeks, peas, chard, potatoes, and kale. Warm weather crops include beans, celery, cucumbers, eggplant, melons, peppers, summer squash, tomatoes, winter squash and sweet potatoes.
Oak Hill Beef
Our new beef inventory will be ready around early August 2016.
Are you planning a garden this year? If so, you can get a 1-2 week head start on the harvest by planting transplants compared to direct seeding. Oak Hill has grown vegetable transplants for our own market gardens for the past 15 years. We can now grow vegetable transplants to your order. Deadline for transplant orders is March 15. Details about our transplants appear in the next post from Feb. 16.
To learn more or to sign up for our Fresh Harvest email, please contact us using the Leave a Comment link below.
Are you planting a garden this year? If so, you can give it a head start by ordering vegetable transplants from Oak Hill Farm. Transplants are young plants that are well rooted and ready to plant in your garden. Using transplants can give you a 10-14 day faster harvest compared to direct seeding.
Grown to Order
We grow transplants to your order and we can help you select the transplants that meet your growing schedule and budget. We start your transplants from seed in our greenhouse, some as early as February. These plant babies thrive in our organic media and nutrients, sunlight and natural spring water for a period of 4-10 weeks (depending upon the vegetable type).
When your transplants are ready, we contact you with pickup timing and final cost. Payment is due at pickup. Pick up is at Oak Hill Farm.
We grow both cool and warm weather transplants.
Cool weather types, include beets, broccoli, bulb onions, cabbage, leeks, lettuce, kale, parsley, spinach, and Swiss chard.
Warm weather types, include basil, celery, corn, cucumber, eggplant, melons, peppers, summer and winter squash, and tomatoes.
Quantity and Price
Transplants are offered in 9-cell packs, 4 inch pots, 72 cell and 128 cell plug trays. Onion slips are sold by the bunch. Prices depend upon vegetable type and container size. Here are three examples from our Vegetable transplant Order Form 021616
_____ 9 cell pack: $6.50
_____ 4 inch pot: $3.25
_____ 72 cell tray: $43.00
_____ Bunches (50-70 slips/bunch) $10/bunch
Tomatoes (slicing, cherry, sauce, heirloom)
_____ 9 cell pack: $8.00
_____ 4 inch pot: $3.25
_____ 72 cell tray: $54.00
Most seedlings take several months to grow to transplant size. Cool weather vegetables like spinach, broccoli, and onions, are started in the greenhouse in February-March and planted out in April. Get your garden off to an early start. Order Today ! Vegetable transplant Order Form 021616. Deadline for transplant orders is March 15, 2016.
We are excited about the new growing season and look forward to hearing from you soon.
Oak Hill Farm, 37 Old Trails Rd., Avella, PA 15312. (724)345-3589
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Oak Hill Farm is a sustainable vegetable and Angus beef cattle operation in Hopewell Twp., Washington, PA. We specialize in seasonal vegetables and vegetable transplants, hydroponic lettuce, garlic, and onions and other fresh produce. We raise our Angus beef on pasture and sell breeding stock as well as beef cuts.
To order transplants: Vegetable transplant Order Form 2016. Deadline for orders is March 15, 2016.
To join our Fresh Harvest email, please contact us using the Leave a Comment link below.