Here at Arcana, we love our plants, even the ones that aren’t so well adapted to our freezing cold winters! Although dahlias are one of our favorite flowers, they don’t do so well in the cold. This year, we waited for the green parts of the plant to die back for the season, did some trimming, and carefully dug out… Read more »
We kicked off the Trade Show Season at the Northeast Greenhouse Conference in Boxborough, Massachusetts this past week. Shows like this pull together experts in many fields of the greenhouse and garden center industry, from university researchers to the owners and innovators changing the way the industry approaches both the customer and the ecosystem. It seems as though every conference… Read more »
We’ve had our first snowfall here in Vermont and if you haven’t already started your fall clean-up it’s time! Energy for garden work is low this time of year but just a few chores will give your garden a head start come spring and make planting a breeze. Below are some guidelines and tips for bedding down the garden… Read more »
September may not be the New England gardener’s most exciting month for getting out in the yard, but it is actually a fantastic time to add pollinator plants to the garden. Most folks this time of year are splitting wood, putting up food from the harvest and getting gardens ready for those cold winter months that are just around the… Read more »
Happy summer and boy has it been a hot one here in Vermont! We got some much needed rain this past week which means lots of mowing and weeding out in our crop fields and nursery but it also means we have gorgeous flowers in bloom and delicious crops to harvest! We have so many wonderful, organic crops growing and… Read more »
We are now offering Sugarhill Sugarworks Certified Organic Vermont Maple Syrup in our farm store, in sizes from 12 ounces to 1 gallon! Sugarhill’s syrup is wonderful with everything from pancakes to coffee to sweet potatoes, and is made by Arcana alumnus Entropy Mauck. Learn more at sugarhillmaple.com.
Tomatoes and peppers will be available to purchase at our farm on Saturday, May 28th. Physical copies of our tomato and pepper lists are also available at the farm store. Peppers Cherry Tomatoes Tomatoes
Welcome, 2016! We have lots of early season annuals, veggie starts, and perennials available. Come check out our new sales space!
Our 2016 Perennial and Herb catalog is finished! It now includes berry plants as well as perennials, herbs, and biennials. Click here to view a PDF version of the beautiful catalog!
Click here for a PDF of our updated 2016 CSA brochure. Early bird rates are available through the end of March, so sign up soon!