|best cherry tomatoes ever|
They are also know to local foodies for their Dinner in Paradise, which is a twice monthly event during the winter months where diners can eat meal prepared by guest chefs with ingredients from the farm. It's a bit expensive at $165, and of course, it is quite a trek, but it is delicious and such a cool thing that no other local farm is doing. Besides, it's biodynamic.
There is one more way to get onto the farm: the B&B Farm Stay. This includes breakfast and a very relaxing time in one of their three accommodations that cost from $100-$180 per night. It's very rustic and minimal - think outdoor showers, a pond, board games and well... relaxin'. Sounds like a Field Day to me!
|Fresh lemongrass to repel mosquitoes|
|the essence of plants - the flowers - yum!|