Welcome to the Millennium Farms website. Here you can find vegetables, herbs and fruits like you
remember from your family's garden years ago. Our motto is: "Where flavor comes first."
Thanks for a great Home and Garden Show! We are back to our regular days and hours: Mon-Fri 12-5 and Sat-Sun 10-3.
2013 Season NewsUPDATE 5/23/13
still have 90+% of our varieties of tomatoes and peppers available, and have just put out the rest of the ultrahots: Scotch
Bonnet, Trinidad Moruga Scorpion, Giant Bhut Jolokia, Butch T, Fatalli, Red Savina Habanero, Naga Morich, 7 pot, and Trinidad perfume.
They won't last long - come and get 'em at the nursery of at VFM this weekend.
The Kozy Coats are sold out, but we still have the Red Mulch in both widths, and the 4 foot square cages
are back in stock. The Big News is that we finally have the Tomato Machine cages available, the monster
7 foot cages that are so stout you can climb them. Also, we have a local source for Earthtainers,
the generic version of the best soil/hydroponics container system we've ever seen, which can fit inside the Tomato Machine
5/23/13 POULTRY UPDATE: The turkeys are here and these breeds will have more breast meat and still
have that outstanding flavor. They will be butchered and available FRESH, NOT FROZEN 2-3 days before Thanksgiving. Put
your name on our Order List now to reserve yours either at Nursery or at our booth at VFM. We are also now taking reservations
for our Pekin Ducks and French Chickens.
Thank you to all of you who ordered and bought our wild, free-ranging
Heritage turkeys. Ours was the best we had ever tasted, liklely owing to their old bloodlines and their using all of their
muscles in moving around. We will definitely be growing more for next year, with a couple more varities, so email us
to reserve one for next year. We are also going to be growing those fantastic Cordon Rouge style Poulet Fermier chickens year-round
as well as ducks. Stay tuned!
The back to back winner of the West Coast's largest tomato taste contest. In 2004 AND 2005 the classic heirloom tomato
Pineapple won Territorial Seeds' Tomato Tasteoff, which is a double-blind taste where the judges cannot see nor ask
questions about the tomatos they sample. It's strictly won on flavor and Pineapple won it two years running; a feat unlikely
ever to happen again. Yes they really are that big, and have that ohmigosh flavor...Old German is thought to be a related
heirloom tomato, as it is a red base with yellow and orange versus the yellow base with red and orange of the Pineapple...both
Some folks don't believe how much our plants grow. Below are some photos from Tom Lipman in Hillsdale which will
show you how fast (and how big) they grow... Thanks a lot Tom! And take a look at the last photo...all of that in JUST ONE