Just a heads up, our online store will be closed from March 22nd to March 30th. So if you have any orders you want to make place them now so you can have all your treats that you need for the week. Sorry for the inconvience.
Despite the ups and downs with the weather lately, one cannot ignore the fact that every day Spring is getting closer and closer. From The Garden will be hosting our Spring Fling event Saturday April 22nd and will be held from 10am-4pm. We are currently building our list of great vendors but we already have some familiar faces who you will be very excited to see. Stay connected for more updates as they develop, we will be posting a full vendor list in the coming weeks. We hope to see everyone there!
Don't forget your sweet and special someone this week, we have plenty of special gift sets for Valentines day. We can also do custom gift wrapping on all our items such as honey, body scrub, hand cream, soap, candles and more! Stop in during our regular hours this week, hope to see everyone soon.
Feel Free to stop in during our Holiday hours for any last minute gift items you may bee in the need for.
Its bundling up season and with that comes all the great things we love about winter. We are very happy to announce the fourth annual Holiday Bazzar will be going on at our store in Freehold. It’s going to be held on Sunday December 4th from 10am-4pm and will feature some of your favorite food and craft vendors, as well as a few new friends as well. Check below for our list of vendors.
- Holly Jolly Jams
- Midnight Candle Company
- Artisan Food by Pantry NJ
- Fair Mountain Coffee Roasters
- Autumn’s Rose Crafts
- Julia Passafiume Design
- Cream Ridge Winery
- Baked Goods by Teah Evans
It’s going to be a day of fun winter joy and we can't wait to see you all there. Stay connected with us on Facebook, instagram or at our website for more details as they come!
From the Garden has been closed in the wake of the tragic loss of Patty. Though things will never feel truly normal without Patty here, we feel ready to carve out a new routine, which includes reopening From the Garden to the public. Our gates will reopen this Thursday, July 7 at 10am. Moving forward, our hours will be as follows:
Monday and Tuesday: closed
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 10am-4pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10am-3pm
Our hours will be shorter and we will be closed an extra day each week. We do hope our customers who love getting honey from our farm will continue to find these hours convenient. If they are not, From the Garden honey is also available at the following local retailers:
-Shop Rite Stores (Natural Food Department) - Howell, Freehold, Marlboro, Aberdeen, Hazlet, West Long Branch, Wall Route 34, and Belmar Route 35
-Whole Foods Markets - Middletown and Wall locations
-Delicious Orchards - 320 Route 34, Colts Neck
-Allaire Community Farm - 2840 Allaire Rd, Wall
-Tony's Pharmacy - 3333 Route 9 #50, Freehold
We will also return to our two farmer's markets this weekend. Honey, body care products, and flower bouquets will be available every Saturday from 10am-3pm at Belmar Fresh and every Sunday from 11am-4pm at Asbury Fresh through the rest of the summer.
Our web store is currently closed. We will reopen fromthegarden.com to online ordering on Tuesday, July 12.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience these changes will cause.
From the entire From the Garden family, thank you for your support and patience with us during this difficult time. We hope to see you soon.
It seems impossible to find any words, let alone the right words, to address the incomprehensible loss of our beloved “honey lady,” Patty Madzin. But, somehow, so many of you have found the right words. We sincerely appreciate each and every message on our website, Facebook post, and phone call. Thank you for sharing your love, sympathies, and memories. Patty holds a very dear place in the hearts of so many of us. It was impossible not to feel special in her presence. It was impossible not to be positively affected by her warmth, kindness, sincerity, and generosity. And it is the most impossible to imagine a world in which she is simply no longer here.
From the Garden is closed for now, but we intend to reopen after the 4th of July. We will update our social media and website with an exact opening date soon. We appreciate your positive thoughts, prayers, patience, and respect for our privacy while we try to process this very difficult loss.
As our friend Holly worded it so perfectly, Patty “was as bright and beautiful as the flowers she so loved, she was busier than the busiest of bees and sweeter than the sweetest honey. She will be missed immensely, remembered fondly and loved always.”
From the Garden will be closed today, June 26, 2016. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Hey friends on the shore! This Sunday is the kickoff day for Asbury Fresh at Kennedy Park in Asbury! Come say hi, and grab all your farmers market essentials. There's going to be locally grown produce, crafts, some of our vendor friends from our shop and of course, honey! We're also going to be selling grab and go bouquets of our farm cut flowers so don't forget this Sunday and every Sunday this summer from 11am-4pm At Kennedy Park on the corner of Cookman and Grand ave in Asbury Park. If you need more info on Asbury Fresh, check out their website asburyfresh.com where you'll find dates, times and location. Hope to see you all there, because it's going to be a great summer!
But wait there's more! Starting Saturday June 18th we are also going to be set up at the Belmar Fresh market in Payone Plaza just off of Main St in Belmar. Belmar fresh also goes all summer on Saturdays from 10am-3pm. Find out more info at belmarfresh.com
Locally grown food is an essential element to healthy living and good eating, and what better way to keep it local than to go in your own back yard? From The Garden’s newest project is a program we’re calling Edible Landscape. We are now offering for sale an array of what we have grown on the farm since opening. All of the products being made available are plants that grow plentifully to our area, and are provided in the list below.
By going from the tree in your back yard, right into your kitchen, you get to cash in on all the vitamins, minerals and antioxidants not as readily available from store bought produce. Buying a tree from Edible Landscape is a great way to improve your home garden and to give back to the environment.
We are going to be offering Edible Landscape products at our Spring Fling event on Sunday May 1st and throughout the year.
- Asian pear
- Honey berries
- Goji berries