Margaret's tomatoesMargaret Billingsley, the former speech therapist at West U Elementary, has retired to Wylderose Farm in New Ulm, Texas with her husband and their beloved Shelties.  They are now growing organic fruits and vegetables.  As a matter of fact, Margaret purchased the shade structures from Teas Nursery when that landmark local garden shop closed its doors.  Check out her gorgeous home-grown tomatoes!

This is the first year of production from Wylderose Farm. Their orchard includes peach, crabapple, plum, and fig trees. The fruit garden is planted with blackberries, raspberries, and strawberries.  The vegetable garden contains tomatoes, squash, onions, corn, potatoes, English peas, sugarsnap peas, beans, carrots, radishes, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, eggplant, peppers, and many herbs.

Click here to join the “first pick” email list for advance notice of Wylderose crops.  And, as Margaret says, “Happy munching!”

Roger Martin