Asparagus brings back memories of my dad.
If you are new to Glory Garden, you may not know that my dad died suddenly 3 years ago this spring at the age of 46. Just a few days after he died, I was out in the garden when I noticed that the first shoots of asparagus were poking their heads through the ground. I instantly remembered that he was a big fan of asparagus and in the same second realized that he was not here to relish this sign of spring with us.
My dad was an entrepreneur and ran several businesses over the years. I suppose that's why when I graduated high school in 2014, I knew I wanted to "do my own thing". I started Glory Garden that same spring.
My goal is to make it easy and convenient for families with busy lifestyles to get locally-grown, farm-fresh food.
After spending another winter learning, planning, and dreaming, I can't believe it's already time to open for our 5th season!
The website is now open for orders: Here are a few notes:
Our first delivery day is Tuesday, May 22.
We are not having deliveries May 29, so stock up this week! Here is our delivery schedule for the year: https://www.glorygarden.org/delivery-schedule/
Before placing your order, find a drop site that works for you here: https://www.glorygarden.org/drop-sites/
The order deadline is 8:00 AM Monday, but please do not wait until the last minute to place your order, because there are limited quantities of some items and they might sell out.
Alrighty, go ahead and place your order. Contact me if you have any questions!