Last of the season

Well, they aren’t beautiful, but these jalapeños are the last of our summer produce. Getting ready to sort through them in order to turn the good ones into delicious blackberry jalapeño jam.

I’m a little sad that the summer growing season is over, but also a tad relieved. Ready for a little RnR this winter!

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2017 Holiday Gift Packages

Last year, we had so much fun launching our first Christmas gift packages!  We have been working to make some tweaks to the products and process this year to make things even BETTER.  Our local flower shop, Timber Creek Floral and Gifts has been awesome at helping us prepare the packaging, and we are really proud of the way they look AND taste!

We have two basic packages we are offering this year, but we can customize a package for you if these aren’t exactlywhat you want.

Our Large Holiday Gift Package includes: one 2 pound local, raw honey, one pint local salsa, two local fruit jams/jellies, and one beeswax lip balm from our bees, all in a cute buffalo plaid crate.  Cost for the large basket is $36.

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The small package includes: a 1 pound jar of local, raw honey, one pint local salsa, and one jar of local fruit jam/jelly for $18.  Increase the 1 pound honey to 2 pound to make the price $24.

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In each gift basket, you can specify the following:

Salsa:

Mild, Medium, or Hot

 

Jams and Jellies:

Spiced Tomato Jam (sounds gross, tastes amazing! trust me!)

Elderberry Jelly

Blackberry Jam

Blackberry Jelly

Blackberry Jalapeno Jam

Apple/Grape Jelly

Grape Jelly

Aronia Jelly

Mixed Fruit Jelly

Point of clarification – jelly is made from fruit juice, so is therefor smooth and with no pulp.  Jam is made from the whole fruit, so it will contain chunks of fruit and seeds. All of our jams and jellies are made with produce from our farm, or from our friends’ farms nearby.

We can also change the gift tags to say Happy Thanksgiving, Happy Holidays or whatever message you choose.

To streamline things this year, we have an online order form here –

Werner Creek Farm Holiday Gift Basket Order Form

We would also love to sell individual products, if that is more your style.  We have three sizes of honey – 2 pound for $12, 1 pound for $6, and half pound for $3.50.

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Pint jars of salsa are $7

Quart jars of salsa (mild only) for $12

Half pints of jam or jelly are $4.50.

Beeswax lip balm is $3

We also have 1/4 pint jars of beeswax hand balm available for $10.

The individual items aren’t on the order form, but just make a note in the instructions if you want to add on any of these items.

Please contact us with any questions you might have!  My email is slwerner8@yahoo.com and my cell is 620-222-5821.

 

 

 

 

Local Product Christmas Gift Baskets


I know, I know, Thanksgiving isn’t even here yet.  But, for the early Christmas shoppers, we are now offering Werner Creek Farm Christmas gift baskets!  Pictured above is the deluxe basket for $35 and includes:

2 pints of salsa – one medium and one mild heat

2 pound jar of honey

Two half-pints of jam or jelly.  Flavor options are:

Mixed berry jam

Tomato jam

Blackberry jam

Blackberry jelly

Elderberry jelly

Apple/grape jelly

Jalapeño jelly

Blackberry jalapeño jam

Honey also makes a great gift by itself!  New this fall are our 1/2 pound jars (on the right), which are perfect stocking stuffer size!


We also have smaller baskets available for $22.  They include:

One pint of salsa

One pound jar of honey

Two half pints jam or jelly

We will make individualized arrangements for pick-up or delivery in the Cowley County area.

Orders can be made by messaging us on Facebook, calling 222-5821, or commenting below.

Thanks for looking and Merry Christmas!

Tomato update

It’s been a little over a month since we planted those little tomato transplants in the high tunnel.  What a difference a month makes!

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It is been a very mild spring, with no significant temperature fluctuations, and NO ROLY-POLYS this year.  Thank goodness.  Our high tunnel has been relatively stress free for the first time since its installation.  The plants are thriving, and putting on flowers – it’s awesome to see!

The watch is on for the first green tomato!

Asparagus season was shorter than we anticipated this year, thanks to two late freezes.  😦  But. never fear, veggie lovers!  Summer veggies will be here before you know it!