Blossoming Forward: Week 8 of Spring CSA and Welcoming Summer Sign-ups

As we round out the eighth week of our Spring CSA, the farm is a spectacle of color and life. Our gardens have been graced with just enough rain to maintain the lushness and vibrant green hues that define this season. The roses along our fence lines are a breathtaking sight, erupting in shades of red and pink, and bringing immense joy to everyone who visits.

Stone Hollow Farmstead  Rose Garden
Stone Hollow Farmstead

The front of our barn is now draped in jasmine, filling the air with its intoxicating scent the moment you step out of your car. This natural perfume is not just a treat for us; our Great Pyrenees have shifted their nap spots to bask in the cool, fragrant shade it provides.

Our attention is currently devoted to the dahlias—cutting and prepping for shipments has kept us busy, but we are equally excited about planting our own tubers. Don’t forget to mark your calendars for July 14th, when we host our fourth annual Dahlia Day, an exclusive event that offers a peek behind the scenes at our farm.

Stone Hollow Farmstead  Rose Garden
Stone Hollow Farmstead

The arrival of cicadas has added a new layer of intrigue to our farm life, with their unique songs providing a captivating backdrop to our daily activities. As we close this vibrant chapter of spring and eagerly anticipate the upcoming summer, we're thrilled to announce the launch of our Summer Season CSA. We warmly invite you to continue this journey with us, celebrating the bounty and beauty of farm-fresh produce. Join us as we embrace the new season, filled with promise and plentiful harvests. Let’s grow together!

Stone Hollow Farmstead  Dahlia Cuttings
Stone Hollow Farmstead


From Our Farm
  • Frisée Salad
  • Baby Kale
  • Radishes
  • Strawberries
  • Pickled Green Tomatoes
  • Rainbow Eggs
  • Golden Beets
  • Garden Carrots
  • Bunching Onions | Love Light Farms
  • Yellow Squahs | Clayton Farms
  • October Beans (Pinto Beans) | Georgia
  • Vidalia Onions | Georgia
  • French Bread | Hinkel's Bakery

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