Archive | October, 2013

Holiday workshop with Plant Powered Living on December 8th

Plant Powered Living will be hosting a holiday workshop at Coral Tree Farm on Sunday, December 8 from 11:30am-5:30pm.   Come learn how to transform your favorite holiday dishes into healthfully delicious possibilities for you and your family. This season doesn’t have to be about gaining pounds and feeling guilty! Every meal is guilt free […]

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Peter Ash

Compost Tea Party – learn the secrets of growing healthy plants!

Join Peter Ash, Certified Permaculture Designer and Master Composter, to learn the secrets of growing healthy plans. See more about Mr. Ash at http://www.straightash.com. When: Saturday, October 19th, 9:30 – 11:30am. Where: Coral Tree Farm. Suggested donation: $20.    

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Baby01

Customer Appreciation Day on October 12th

CTF customer and volunteers were invited to have fun at the farm.      

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TheHeirloomPeas

Village Farm Children visiting Coral Tree Farm

The children from private Leukadia Village Farm school had fun on the farm last week: they had an exciting lesson on bee keeping with Chad Miller, made packages for seeds, planted heirloom peas, picked beet seeds and packaged them up for the children of San Dieguito school district!  

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New resident of Coral Tree Farm

Our new resident got a tour of the farm today. After the tour she enjoyed a nice dig and roll in the dirt.

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Heirloom beans and Baby Arugula

What to plant in the fall, coastal San Diego

Fall planting season in Southern California is like spring – you can plant and grow lots of greens and vegetables. You shoudn't plant worm season plants like tomatoes. We just planted purple Armenian fava beans, Japanese red turnip seeds, albino beets, chart, radishes, kale, aragula, lettuce, spinach and broccoli. Carrots, onions and sugar peas are […]

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Blue mottled Pumkin

Blue Mottled pumpkin

Our very best Blue Mottled pumpkin originally from Gori, country of Georgia. Seeds will be cleaned tomorrow by the Village Farm School children.  

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