Author: breedens

An Open Letter to Our Neighbors In Mount Juliet

An Open letter to our neighbors in Mount Juliet.   I would really like to say thank you to all the people who have come out to support us this summer.  We have really loved talking with you, hearing your stories, cherishing your memories and learning so much from all of you.   It has […]

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AUGUST FARMER’S MARKET!

While Batch & Bushel is closed down for the month of August, we will be having a farmer’s market at the orchard! Every Thursday through the month of August from 4-7pm, we’ll have vendors offering everything from fresh produce, meats, cheese, and flowers to soaps and face-painting. Our store will be open, so if you […]

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Available This Week (July 5-8th)

• This week we have a new variety of peaches, Cherry Mist. While technically, they’re a semi-freestone, chances are you won’t have a problem with cling. It’s a sweet and tart yellow peach. Very delicious!   • We also got some big beautiful red tomatoes from a local Mount Juliet farmer. These beauties were grown […]

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Whew! We’re off and running!

Just wanted to say thank you to everyone who came out to our opening weekend. We were absolutely overwhelmed and overjoyed at the kindness and support the community showed us. Just a quick reminder that our hours are as follows:   Thursday – 10am-4pm Friday – 10am-4pm Saturday – 8am-4pm Sunday – 11am-4pm   You […]

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Grand Opening!

***GRAND OPENING*** We will open to the public, Friday, June 29th. Our hours will be as follows: Thursday: 10am – 4pm Friday: 10am – 4pm Saturday: 8am – 4pm Sunday: 10am – 2pm Please note that You-Pick will not be available this year due to a late frost in April that wiped out the majority […]

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Calling All Vendors!

There is so much going on right now that it is a bit overwhelming.  Especially because I can’t do much of anything to help yet.  I am itching to get into the store.  Or the empty shell that will be the store so that we can start getting it together.  But that also means that […]

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The Little Tree That Hopefully Can.

So, this is one of five Mollie’s Delicious apple trees at the Orchard.  If it gives us apples, it should be an early apple that is pinkish red on the outside with a “pleasant taste” on the inside.  It’s a mix of Golden delicious, and Red Gravenstein.  It originated in the US. It is supposed […]

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Raised Beds and Berries.

Won an auction last night for cedar planks!  that means that our raised beds for our future blackberry and blueberry patch fit into the building plan for this year.  The berries will take a few years to be ready to be picked, but still a year ahead of schedule. We cleaned out 6 tons of […]

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Pumpkins Galore!

So, this year, if the u pick does not work for our peaches (trees are in their twilight years and may not have enough for us to do the U-Pick) we will be working on having a pumpkin patch. We have heard from a lot of friends and family that they have to take a […]

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Spring Has Sprung!

Ok folks, spring has not only sprung but absolutely has me and everyone working here falling in love with the beauty of this spot. Birds swoop in and around the trees.  There is a young family of wood chucks that need to be rehomed as they are wreaking some havoc on the property (working on […]

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