Come celebrate the holidays and handmade artwork with us at our holiday craft fair! Warm your hands with a cup of hot cocoa, listen to some Christmas music, and do some gift shopping with local artisans and bakers. We will have items like jewelry, wreaths, hand-knitted wares, home décor, body care, goat milk soap, tree skirts, wine gift bags, aprons, ornaments, and so much more!
This event is free to the public, so bring the whole family and stay a while! We are located at 254 Morgan Rd, Wellford, SC 29385.
If you are interested in vending at our unique handmade event, please click on the Holiday Craft Fair Vendor Sign Up. All items must be handmade by you for this handmade event. Thank you!
We had a successful Fall Farm Day! We were able to host 20 vendors and bring out an estimated 300 customers to shop local small businesses! This was the very first event on our new farm property located in Wellford, SC, and we couldn’t be happier about the turnout.
We are thrilled to be in this new location which houses 2 barns and nearly 3 times the acreage of our Duncan location. With the new space we plan to hold more events such as this one, plus weddings, portrait sessions, and dinners for other occasions.
Stay tuned for more information about using our beautiful new space for your wedding or other event!
Come visit our on-site Farm Store! We are open 6 days a week!
We are starting to see more and more summer crops coming in, too! This week you will find pastured eggs ($5 for natural-fed, $6 for organic-fed), summer squash and zucchini ($2.50/lb.), Swiss chard ($4/bag), red Russian kale ($4/bag), Siberian kale ($4/bag), beets ($5/bunch), salad mix ($4/bag), and several varieties of lettuce ($4/bag). We also have tomato plants, herb plants, and a few peppers and squash plants for just $3 each! We are also working hard to stock up on our handmade goat milk soap (made with natural ingredients). Stop by any time and treat yourself to Certified Naturally Grown local produce, eggs, and other goodies!
Great news–we are now carrying selected pork products from Old Paths Farm and chicken from Skyland Farms! It’s called one-stop shopping, y’all!
As always, remember our weekly Bounty Basket with eggs for $20 or without for $15. You should see our Bounty Basket post by Sunday evening to see what we’re including for next week. We hope to see you!
You’re invited to celebrate Spring, buy some plants, do some shopping, and relax at our Farm Fun Day! We’ll have LOTS of vendors, a food truck, live music, face painting, and your favorite farm animals for petting. Come get to know some local farmers in your community and have some fun! Admission is free, and the whole family is invited!
Saturday, April 21
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
1296 Woods Chapel Rd
Duncan, SC 29334
Want a garden but don’t know how to get started? Or maybe you’ve tried in the past but need some help? Come to our first ever Gardening 101 class! We will cover our 4 Ps of backyard gardening:
Placing your garden
Prepping your garden
Planting your garden
Progress in your garden
Cost is $15 and must be paid to reserve your spot (cash, check, or PayPal using firstname.lastname@example.org).
Attendees are encouraged to bring a soil sample to the class, which we will submit on your behalf. The additional cost for this service is $6 per sample and may be paid at the class. For instructions on obtaining a soil sample, see our tutorial.
We’ve survived some frigid weather this winter and while we are thankful for it as it only helps to rid the area of the pests that do so much damage, we are very much looking forward to Spring with its warmer temperatures and opportunities to be back in the dirt! We have placed our seed order just this week, and now we can publish our Plant List so that you all can start planning your gardens with your Harp & Shamrock Croft plants! Take a look: Plant list 2018
Stay tuned for information on our Backyard Gardening 101 Class where we will show you how to get started growing your own chemical-free food! Stay warm!
You did it! Thanks to your generosity the Crowdfunding campaign, “Raise the Greenhouse,” met its goal. We cannot thank you enough.