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Gardeners outgrow their home


Making a good first impression at the downtown Farmers Market is a couple with quite the green thumb. In fact, their first vegetable garden took over their living room. Swinson Farms, located on an acre in Ennis, has quickly established itself for not just their vegetables, but also for their blend of colors. Kalden and Ana Swinson grow a variety of vegetable, including purple fennel and leeks. One observed described their booth for “growing unique and colored vegetables, much of it heirloom.” Their first year at the market will be extended for all seven months. By starting a fall garden they ensure customers of fresh goods through the end of October when the market closes for five winter months. The couple grew up in Maypearl, where Kalden’s family was accustomed to growing vegetables. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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