Let’s get excited!! How about this for a New Year’s Resolution…let’s eat more fast food! It doesn’t get much faster than eating a ripe tomato or carrot right from the FarmDaddy. Or munching on a fresh piece of okra or green beans while in your garden. Ever eat raw corn right off the cob? Mmmm, nature’s candy.
Here’s wishing you and your family our sincerest wishes for a Healthy and Bountiful New Year!
Hard to believe it’s that time again – show time! Our first event will be the Volusia County Home and Garden Show held at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Friday – Sunday, January 9-11, 2015. www.volusiacountyhomeandgardenshow.com
We have a limited number of FREE admission tickets (limit 2 per caller). Call 407-256-3214 if interested. You must pick up your tickets from our Sanford location by 4:00pm on Thursday, January 8th.
Come by and say hi!
Brave the rain! Come on out and see us at the Orange County Master Gardener plant sale event today until 4 PM rain or shine. It’s being held at the Orange County extension office located on S. Conway Rd.
Come on out and see us this weekend, September 5th-7th, as FarmDaddy will be at the Orange County Fall Home and Garden Show held at the Orlando Convention Center. See you there!
Hard to believe its time to think about your Fall planting – especially in this heat! But it is and this weekend is a great time to get started. Come out and see us at the Volusia County Home and Garden Show at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach. Saturday 10:00am – 7:00pm and Sunday 11:00am – 5:00pm. See you there!
Our Fall Event Calendar is now posted! Click on the following link to be connected to our calendar page and make plans now to attend one (or more) of the home and garden shows or plant sales to get the best price on your FarmDaddy containers: http://www.farmdaddy.com/guides.php
FarmDaddy would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest member, Trevor Fraser.
Trevor will be in Sales and Corporate Development and comes to us with an education in horticulture and urban planning and a passion for local agriculture. He is here to help us branch out into new markets and places of need.
This marks a new phase in the journey of FarmDaddy to providing more people with the chance to grow their own food, conserve water, and just make their living space a little better. We are looking to expand into new areas, whether it be geographic locations or ideas for how FarmDaddy can improve living and growing anywhere in the world.
If you have places in your hometown you would like to see FarmDaddy for sale, or if you know of a community project where you think we could help, please contact Trevor. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 321-609-0843. We look forward to hearing from you.
Thank you and keep growing!