Glade-Link Farms plans to join the Market in late May or early June with strawberries, followed by blueberries late June through July. Spinach and sugar snap peas will be available during the first few weeks as well. In Mid-July they will begin offering blackberries which will last through August. Later in the season they will have beets and green beans. Then in the fall, Glade-Link Farms will have broccoli, cauliflower, kale, collards, and cabbage. Cut flowers will be available from around June through October.
Those cut flowers are one of their most popular products. Glade-Link Farms sells sunflowers, gladiolus, zinnias, and snapdragons as straight bunches. Two of their favorite cut flower items are Mixed Annual Bouquets and Jelly Jar Arrangements...ready to go, to enjoy for yourself, or give to a friend.
If the name Glade-Links Farm sounds familiar, their farm operates pick-your-own berry and pumpkin fields, now in their 45th year in business. The help at Glade-Link Farms consists of 3 generations of family, as well as local high school and college students, and retirees.