Dragonfly Farms’ Blog

Autumn Greetings!

We’re all geared up for the fall season! Come to Dragonfly to get your mums, pumpkins, corn stalks, and hay bales! We have everything you need to make the season special and have the best looking house on the block!

Our Fall Festival is coming soon- keep in touch for updates!

September Garden Checklist

  • Plant hyacinth, amaryllis, daffodil, and crocus bulbs.
  • Dead head (clip off) spent flowers.
  • Plant garlic.
  • Create or buy a compost bin for fallen leaves.
  • Re-seed your lawn if necessary.
  • Fruit and berries should be ready to harvest, as well as other late planted greens.
  • Take notes of exactly what you did in your garden this year, such as what compost or fertilizer was used, what types of seeds or seedlings were used, the time it took to germinate and harvest, and how much produce you picked. This will help you tweak your methods for next year if you weren’t happy with your harvest.

August Garden Checklist

Think the gardening season is winding down? Think again! You should do the following in your garden this month:

  • Add more mulch and compost where applicable.
  • Check on those weeds!
  • Prune shrubbery.
  • Plant shrubs and perennials.
  • Divide perennials.
  • Harvest herbs, onions, and potatoes.

What to Plant Now

We’re headed into the second part of our growing season! Get these plants or seeds in the ground now:

  • Beans
  • Carrots
  • Cauliflower
  • Kale
  • Lettuce
  • Peas
  • Spinach
  • Squash

As always, if you’re having any trouble with your garden, stop in and ask us for help!

Fall Festival

Dates: Opening October 7th this event will only be open on weekends, with the exception of Columbus day, Monday, October 9th will be open 9am -5pm.
Festival Hours: 9am – 5pm
Tickets: $8 for adults, $12 for kids (kids 2 and under are FREE) 
Ticket price includes all activities: 
Hayride, Maze, Petting Zoo, Bounce House, Games and Sugar Pumpkins to paint

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