Tuesday, February 26, 2008


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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."

Contact:
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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