The Freeze of 2017 As you all know, Inglewood Farm received quite the welcome into the year 2017 by Old Man Winter. Strong winds, sleet, snow and temperatures in the teens were his welcoming embrace. Needless to say, vegetables are not the cold hardiest of guests, and our garden has suffered a terrible loss. All […]
The second installment of our “Fall on the Farm” series, taken by intern Lindsey. Take a walk with us through our vegetable operation, and see a day in the life of an Inglewood farmer. This is a brief glimpse into our day to day operations, from greenhouse to wash stand!
This time of year is our favorite here on the farm. On any given day you can witness the growth of new produce, the planting of seeds, and the overall wellness of our farmers. Cooler weather adds to the liveliness as the pace of our footsteps begin to quicken. We love what we do, and […]
Every once in a while something happens that forces you to accept that you are doing things well, and people are taking notice. If you’ve ever been out to the farm for an event, or the Saturday market, you’ve probably noticed the expanse of pecan grove that we have lining the produce fields. On a […]
FARM TO TABLE BRUNCH Sourced from local farms Prepared by Chef Glenn Collins and his team at 1921 Jackson St. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2015 TWO SEATINGS 11:00 – 12:30 12:45 – 2:15 $50.00 Includes Bloody Mary and Mimosa beverages Served at the historic and beautiful INGLEWOOD PLANTATION HOME Inglewood Farm – eggs – bacon, sausage, […]
Until this week, out here on the farm we prepared for 100+ temperatures almost everyday of the week. Not only has this been hard on us, but the steady hot temperatures coupled with the lack of rain make it quite strenuous for the produce. You’ve probably noticed that the quantities at market have been steadily […]