Tomatoes by Winterthur?

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Local Heirlooms

Most of us know that Winterthur Museum & Country Estate is winning raves from The Washington Post, The Philadelphia Inquirer and the News Journal for its wonderful “Faces of a New Nation” exhibit. Go see it. And do the iPod tour.

But did you know that Winterthur is sponsoring a farm stand on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon?  The stand is located on the grounds, and is marked by a sign located at Winterthur's main entrance on Route 52 (or 5105 Kennett Pike). “The produce sold at the stand is either grown by Winterthur garden staff members (some of them cultivate plots here on the estate) or by Hill Girt Farms,” says spokesperson Vicki Saltzman. Staff horticulturist Amy Bloom (no joke) and her husband will sell a variety of heirloom tomatoes. The produce will be sold for the next three to five weeks.

Contact info: 888-4600 or 

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