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Can't wait for the Farmer's Market to get going? Get a jump on farm fresh produce tomorrow at Bean Mountain Farms annual sale. This year, it's in the ZaZa parking lot, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

More details below. BEAN MTN FARMS ANNUAL SALE
 
LITTLE ROCK, AR
SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 8:00-3:00
 
NEW LOCATION:  ZAZA'S ,  5600  KAVANAUGH
 
We are pleased to have a much bigger parking lot so we can finally spread out and bring even more plants for our great Little Rock customers. We plan to have our early spring vegetables, such as lettuces and greens, some broccoli and cabbage, as well  as later spring and summer vegies, such as tomatoes and peppers,  basils, cucumbers, and melons.  We also have a great selection of herbs, both perennial and annual , and flowers, including vines.  Our greenhouse is getting absolutely stuffed full of beautiful, healthy plants so we hope many of you will help us to spread the word to your friends and neighbors to come out and give these babies new h omes.  Please send this notice on to your email lists or friends as it is our only method  of  letting folks know when we are coming to LR.
 
Please bring your shopping baskets and bags if possible...we will gladly accept any extra paper sacks you might have.
 
And, check out our new website:  www.herbalsimplicity.com     We have a new location in Fayetteville as well as the farm in Deer with our main greenhouse.  We will be offering classes and workshops as well as plant sales and eventually demonstration gardens...as always, our plants are Certified Naturally Grown and come with free gardening tips.
 
Our Business is Growing!    Karyn Zaremba and Herb Culver

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