In the heirloom vegetable garden at Beekman Farm, we like to use tools and implements that are more practical than precious. Gardening is serious work!
Our B. 1802 Seed Pot maker is a clever way to get your seeds started. Wrap strips of newspaper around the stem, tuck the ends under and then burnish by twisting in the base.
The result is 2.5 inch seedling pots. Fill each with dirt and place one seed in each pot. After your plant starts to grow, simply bury the whole pot in your garden. The paper disintegrates naturally and your seedling will flourish.
Each pot maker tool is hand-turned of local ash wood by one of the members of our B. 1802 Rural Artist Collective.
Ingredients Size Ship As featured in Country Living... Our Beekman 1802 Blaak Drizzle is a reduction of balsamic vinegar, figs and the the native elderberries that grow wild around Beekman 1802 Farm and all over New York state. The mellow sharpness of cask-aged...
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Ingredients Size Ship As featured in Martha Stewart & Rachael Ray Magazine... Our Beekman 1802 Blaak Onion Jam is hand-made in small batches, and slow roasted for hours using locally-sourced onions, real maple syrup and pure balsamic vinegar. It's not too sweet, yet tangy...