Irish Elk Farms

Irish Elk Farms I am a small-scale specialty farmer. I sell plants, seeds, fruits, vegetables, flowers, and herbs.

There will be pecan pralines at the Russellville Community Market Open House today (12/20)! We are at the old Russellvil...
12/20/2022

There will be pecan pralines at the Russellville Community Market Open House today (12/20)! We are at the old Russellville Train Depot from 4:00 pm until 7:00 pm.

I was amazed to see some ripe ‘Cherry Bomb’ tomatoes today. Have I ever had ripe garden tomatoes on November 5 before??
11/06/2022

I was amazed to see some ripe ‘Cherry Bomb’ tomatoes today. Have I ever had ripe garden tomatoes on November 5 before??

It has been a long six years since I received my tiny banana plant from Baker Creek. And now, FINALLY, my fullly-grown t...
07/18/2022

It has been a long six years since I received my tiny banana plant from Baker Creek. And now, FINALLY, my fullly-grown tree has given me a banana! (It was DELICIOUS!) 🍌

How exciting! Look what is happening in my garden today.
05/30/2021

How exciting! Look what is happening in my garden today.

Finally! My very first strawberries EVER! These are ‘Scarlet’ strawberries purchased as young live plants in 2020 from B...
05/02/2021

Finally! My very first strawberries EVER! These are ‘Scarlet’ strawberries purchased as young live plants in 2020 from Baker Creek Seeds. They have a wild, bubblegum-pineapple flavor and they were popular in colonial America. I am so happy!

October 1, and my ‘Brown Turkey’ fig tree is still producing juicy fruits!
10/01/2020

October 1, and my ‘Brown Turkey’ fig tree is still producing juicy fruits!

I grew pretty lavender clay corn and Blue Hopi corn but neither of them are good for eating fresh!
08/25/2020

I grew pretty lavender clay corn and Blue Hopi corn but neither of them are good for eating fresh!

I harvested my Seminole pumpkins, my butternut squash, and my last Cinderella pumpkin today!
08/24/2020

I harvested my Seminole pumpkins, my butternut squash, and my last Cinderella pumpkin today!

My first tomato of the season! This is a Sun Sugar tomato. It has a mild flavor. Can’t wait until the Midnight Snacks ar...
06/13/2020

My first tomato of the season! This is a Sun Sugar tomato. It has a mild flavor. Can’t wait until the Midnight Snacks are ready!

How about some Montana Lavender Clay corn!!
06/08/2020

How about some Montana Lavender Clay corn!!

Here’s my Cherokee Purple tomato plants, winter squash, and Montana Lavender corn plants!! I’m nervous about the corn.
05/23/2020

Here’s my Cherokee Purple tomato plants, winter squash, and Montana Lavender corn plants!! I’m nervous about the corn.

See these little fuzzy buds? They are on one of my paw paw trees. I may have paw paw fruits this year!! 🥭
01/20/2020

See these little fuzzy buds? They are on one of my paw paw trees. I may have paw paw fruits this year!! 🥭

Holy Cow I have one fig left for the season! What’s it worth? 🤔
10/28/2019

Holy Cow I have one fig left for the season! What’s it worth? 🤔

08/04/2019

Ever think about eating fries that aren't made out of potatoes? Why not try okra fries! These easy to make and fun to eat treats are the perfect side to your meal, or you might be tempted to have

See you in Altus tonight, fellow grape-eaters!
07/26/2019

See you in Altus tonight, fellow grape-eaters!

My 'Mad Hatter' peppers are coming along nicely! I will sell them at the Russellville Community Market.
07/25/2019

My 'Mad Hatter' peppers are coming along nicely! I will sell them at the Russellville Community Market.

My fig tree is finally making figs! I hope to sell some of these at the Russellville Community Market.
06/07/2019

My fig tree is finally making figs! I hope to sell some of these at the Russellville Community Market.

More pictures of the Irish Elk antlers found last week - September 5, 2018 - in Northern Ireland. The Irish Elk has been...
09/10/2018

More pictures of the Irish Elk antlers found last week - September 5, 2018 - in Northern Ireland. The Irish Elk has been extinct for approximately 10,000 years.

Antlers from an Irish Elk were pulled up out of Lough Neagh, a freshwater lake in Northern Ireland, by fishermen a few d...
09/10/2018

Antlers from an Irish Elk were pulled up out of Lough Neagh, a freshwater lake in Northern Ireland, by fishermen a few days ago (September 5, 2018). The antlers span approximately 6 feet from end-to-end and are believed to be at least 10,000 years old. Raymond McElroy is pictured here with the antlers. He is reportedly keeping them safe in his garage until authorities find a permanent home for them. :D

Pruned my young fig tree today and sealed the wound with grafting wax.
02/04/2018

Pruned my young fig tree today and sealed the wound with grafting wax.

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Irish Elk I captured on my game camera....
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