Berry Plant Starts

Although Winter has teased its arrival with icy mornings and slippers on my feet evenings I must consider what bounty I would like to harvest in Spring and Summer on Hurley Farms.
Every seed is planted and kept as toasty as possible in our greenhouse.
We are starting to plan our berry plants, and would love to start a few for you too! If you call or visit, we can help you plan your summer garden and get your plants started for you. We will plant raspberries, blackberries and blueberries.
You can reserve now for Winter/Spring planting and have a bountiful crop of healthy local berries by late Summer/Fall.

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Summer at Hurley Farms

With the days stretching out across the valley for more than 14 hours and the nights cooling off considerably, our crops are getting all the warm California sunshine they need to grow into perfect specimens for your everyday vegetable needs!
Soon, Hurley Farms Stand will be open to provide you with a variety of greens, vegetables, and fruit.

Every day we’re noticing our berries getting a little less green, a little more colorful and a lot tastier. We also have Kale, bell peppers, jalapenos, garlic, onions, tomatoes, and assorted other fall vegetable planted.

Our chickens are also laying dozens upon dozens of eggs every single day! They love the warm weather, and happy chickens lay tons of eggs! We were struggling to keep up with demand over the winter time, however now we’re lousy with eggs and we encourage you to try our farm fresh eggs!

This fall, Hurley Farms’ owner Sheri Larsen will be demonstrating the absolute fool proof techniques for canning your very own jam. Red raspberry is on the menu, and you’ll leave the class with infinite knowledge of perfect jam preserving. You can contact Napa Valley College for more information!

As always, our farm stand and egg buying hours are Monday through Friday from 10-4!