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Corrie Leisen, DDS c: 707-486-9695
Janet Leisen c: 707-217-9156
As some of you know the California wildfires in October devastated our property and our daughter’s house as well. We are now in the process of cleanup and intend to rebuild our homes. Thanks to generous donations from the Farmers Guild, Rotary and Redwood Credit Union and the members of the Sonoma County Beekeepers Association … Continue reading After the fire
Hurry to the markets in the next few weeks if you want watermelon and cantaloupe. The Charentais and Crane melons are slowly ripening and we are a month off for some of the other cantaloupes and watermelon. Summer is going fast.
Our plants are ready for the rain to stop. Here are the varieties we have this year. Some old friends and a few new ones. 2017 Tomato Varieties
This time of year we begin planning for our spring crops and the seeding of long term vegetables such as tomatoes, eggplant and peppers. So now is the time to vote for your favorites so we can seed some for you. Have a favorite variety of tomato? Look on our tomato page under produce and … Continue reading Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Vote today
This time of year in addition to all our farm fresh produce and dried tomatoes we are fortunate to be able to sell lovely citrus from our sister farm, literally Janet’s sister, Dayna’s, farm. Nestled in the Sierra Foothill town of Newcastle, Burgeson Family Farm is citrus heaven. Dayna and her husband, Adrian and son, … Continue reading They’re back (and going fast)
It’s peak season for our sweet, juicy melons. Going fast though. Come taste all our varieties and vote for your favorite.
Leisen’s Bridgeway Farms has had a number of customers at the farmers market express concern that they are late planting tomatoes. On the contrary, now is a perfect time to plant your entire summer vegetable garden. Our weather is just now stabilizing and the nights are warming from the 40s into the 50s. Plants like … Continue reading It’s not too late for tomatoes! In fact now is the time.
Micro Greens are lush and varied. Packed with nutrition these baby plants are versitile. They can be put on sandwiches, added to salads (or make them a salad by themselves), used in smoothies, stir fried, added as garnish to dishes and the list goes on. Thanks to Joby and Ricky at What’s Up Farm for … Continue reading Micro Greens for All
In spite of our record drought you can have a vegetable garden. Many vegetables use minimal water and actually suffer when over watered. One of those plants is the tomato. Plant it deep, water it well the first few days to get it established then water deep and infrequently. If the plant is wilting in … Continue reading Start your vegetable garden for 2015
Galeaux d’Eysines, that warty pumpkin we have at the markets this month has a unique flavor and makes great soup or pie. We have begun slicing this pumpkin and the other large, soup pumpkins, Musquee de Provence and Marina di Chioggia, into smaller portions for individual recipes. It’s getting toward the end of our other squashes … Continue reading Pumpkin soup