Organic farming refers to the method of growing plants that most closely resembles nature — that is, without the use of synthetic chemicals, pesticides or fertilizers that can be harmful to the soil, people, pets, and the planet. Organic farming uses organic materials to support healthy, sustainable gardens. What’s more, gardening/farming organically typically means growing the right plants for your particular micro-climate, location and site.
We are excited that our new blueberry plants will be going in this spring. We have chosen a nice variety of non-GMO, heirloom, heavy-bearing variety to withstand the cold winters and that will give us fruit from the early through late growing season.
Visit this page regularly if you're interested in a bushel or two as we're sure these little gems will go quickly. We will post an announcement as soon as they come available.
Research confirms that strawberries are an important part of a healthy diet, which may help improve heart health, lower the risk of developing some cancers and lower blood pressure. The heart-healthy and anti-cancer power of organic strawberries comes from their phytonutrient content, while the potassium in strawberries helps maintain normal blood pressure. Research also shows that individuals who eat strawberries on a regular basis have higher blood levels of folate, vitamin C and phytonutrients, and a higher intake of fiber than those who don’t eat strawberries. Visit Raw Power of Strawberries
1 cup (144g) of strawberries Calories 50
% Daily Value
Make Magnolia Hill your one-stop shop for all your strawberry needs. Individual plants, flats (which you can mix and match), as well as hanging strawberry pots for sale.
2017 Available Varieties: Ozark, Eversweet, Cavendish, Puget, Seascape, Quinault, Albion, Shuksan, and Honeye.
*All plants are inspected to be free of disease and virus.