Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Originally uploaded by seanclaes
The Tierra Antigua Farm is a local "You Pick" Farm that apparently has a great crop of peaches in May and June. I came across this sign while driving around town. Never been to it... but you can bet I'll be stopping in a few months from now.

Not much to be found online about this place...

According to a 2003 article I found here:

"Both the Tierra Antigua farm stand and subscription-share operation opened in October 2001. The cost is $20 per share, and it's possible to sign up on a weekly basis or for the whole season. Tierra Antigua is organic in practice, and their season lasts from April to October. They produce vegetables, fruits, herbs, flowers, and eggs."

Tierra Antigua Farm
Carlos and Suzanne Santos
605 Opal Ln.
Kyle, TX 78640

1 comment:

Rambling Round said...

Sounds like a great place to go!


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