GROWING THE FRONT PORCH FARM STAND

Reduce your FOOD print. Buy local and support small farms and food artisans.

 

Pick up soil blocks

Stock up on organic foods and other goods

Herbs plants

Baking mixes

Natural poultry supplements

Community sitting area

This Sunday…

SUNDAY SURPLUS SALE

Sample organic coffee & other foods

Refresh & relax in our new sitting area in the front garden.

Heirloom Seeds BUY 4 get ONE free!    Or if you order seeds online at get FREE SHIPPING!

Heirloom Vegetables & Tomatoes 2 for $5 special

Grab some of Justin’s homegrown Soil Block Seedlings 20 cents each

Be water wise with Ollas?  Oh Yeah! We pay your Sales Tax (local pick up only)

Stock up on gardening, homesteading supplies & more!

Comments(4)

  1. Heather says:

    Thank you so much for sharing a bit of your lives with us. I am amazed at what you all have done. And inspired. We are in Moreno Valley, and just recently moved into a little rental with 1/2 acre of untended weed-filled backyard. We have permission from the landlords to do whatever we wish with the land….yippee! After showing my husband what can be done in small areas, he is getting enthusiastic about getting the weeds controlled and a garden put in.

    Now to get the gophers to vacate. I wish I knew of a humane way to make them move out. So far, I haven’t found anything. I will be lining the bottoms of the beds with small-hole chicken wire, but it would be best if they could be encouraged to leave.

    Once again, thank you soooo much for such a wonderful site, and for sharing the beauty of your life with us.

  2. katherine w. kennedy says:

    Love the idea of the front porch farm stand! My husband and I are hoping to start our own small hobby farm and maybe we’ll be able to do something similar. Do you know if there are any legal things or paperwork you have to do first? Or is it just like a yard sale that no one worries about. I just don’t want the local tax people showing up fussin’ about whether or not we need to have a business license or recordings of our income or whatever.
    Thanks!
    -Kat

  3. Tui says:

    Hi! I came here by googling herb market stalls. I run my own #foodisfree stall in Queensland Australia and give away produce from my garden. I currently give away tomatoes (these have almost run out) , mint, chocolate mint, parsley, oregano, garlic chives, kale, bok choy, thyme, capsicums, zucchini and irises and french lavender. I have also started adding plants to the table so this week have given away to some highly appreciative people, a bunch of yellow capsicum plants, a few chilli plants of various varieties, and some thyme plants. Its bringing me incredible joy. I am starting a bunch more seeds this week as I have decided that giving away the plants for others to start their own gardens is very important to me.

  4. Tui says:

    Oh and rainbow chard… LOADS rainbow chard..

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