We at BobCat Acres are out of an abundance of caution, are not going to be at any markets for the near future. This is because we are under a self quarantine do to having recently returned from a trip out of the country.
Please keep checking in and looking at out calendar to see when and where we will next be at a market near you.
We know this can be a great inconvenience, and if you are looking for something, please email us and we will try to find a way to accommodate your requests.
So we hope to see you as soon as possible but in the safest way possible.
Well let us first say we were hoping to have news about more Avocado, Startfruit, and Peach trees. But it seems Murphy has struck our supplier and the expected delivery today is delayed until next week (we hope).
New Arrivals (plants and trees):
But that doesn’t mean there is nothing new.
This week we will be introducing Elderberries, the immune boosting super fruit plants.
We also have a limited number of Red Pakistani Mulberry plants.
And only 2 Persimmon trees available (we are seeing how the market is for these).
Both are varieties of Non-Astringent (sweet even when not fully ripe).
We have Fuyu, which is what we would call a semi dwarf tree, reaching about 15ft tall.
And Hannah Fuyu, which will only reach 10ft, so more of a true dwarf tree.
So you see we are still getting new things in, and hopefully you will find these something you would like to add to your home.
Also new this month, we will also be attending the Harmony Farmers Market every Sunday from 12:00 – 4:00, so if you can’t see us on Saturday or Monday, come see us there along with many other vendors.
So come on out and check these and he other great tasting plants we have,
like berry plants (thornless Blackberries, Dwarf Mulberries, Phalsa – Indian Sherbet Berry, Goji Berries), Figs (a Dwarf Fig, Kadota – Nabiscos Fig Newton Fig, Black Mission Fig), hot weather salad greens (Okinawa and Longevity Spinach, Cranberry Hibiscus), Sub-Tropicals (Dwarf Papaya, Dwarf Guava, Passion Fruit, Bananas, Plantains, Pomegranates), Perennial herbs, spices, and teas (Edible Ginger, Cardamom, Yerba Mate)
and even what we call an edible houseplant (Katuk – prefers full shade but pack with goodness).