For the freshest and most delicious produce around, a trip to Joe’s Gardens in the Happy Valley district of Bellingham is in order. They grow tons of different vegetables and more than 300,000 potted plants.
For something very special, try their Romano beans. The flavor is nothing short of amazing.
Joe’s Gardens has been around since 1933, which says a lot about their success.
Fall brings beautiful braids of garlic grown from seed brought to the U.S. from Genoa, Italy. Shallots, apples, pumpkin and Fall squash varieties line the shelves along with fresh fruits and vegetables. All the crops grown on site are grown without pesticides. Quality and flavor prevail instead of prolonged shelf-life in a grocery store.
And everything is affordable, but hurry – Joe’s Gardens closes mid-October.
Come back next year in early March for bedding plants, vegetable starts, potting soil and compost so you can grow your own bounty.