We can be found most Saturdays at the Seaside Farmers Market in Seaside, Florida.

If you have a question about our heirloom and organic seeds or just want to send us a message, we can be reached at moonlightmicrofarm[at]gmail[dot]com.

If you’re interested in design services including residential, garden, and permaculture design, you can contact Chandra directly at chandra[at]cfhdesignstudio[dot]com.

And, last but certainly not least, if you would like to contact Eric regarding photography, he can be reached at emarcus67[at]yahoo[dot]com.



6 responses to “Contact

  1. Gary Klussman

    September 18, 2011 at 5:16 pm

    My wife bourht some seeds at your palce this week.

    My question — how do I go about starting and growing artichokes from the seed that she bought.

    We live in Gulf Shores Alabama

  2. elitrope

    September 20, 2011 at 2:45 pm

    Hi Gary, I sent you a personal e-mail in response to your question. If you didn’t receive it, let me know and I’ll repost here.


  3. Celine

    October 7, 2011 at 2:24 pm

    Hi guys! This is Celine from the Farmer’s Market. I bought lots of seeds and everything is growing beautifully! Thank you so much!! I am having trouble with a pest in one of my beds and thought I should ask you first. I planted my arugula seeds directly about 1 week ago. They began to shoot up nicely and then someone (tiny creature) began eating the leaves! Whatever it was did not touch the cauliflower shoots and the spinach had not sprouted yet. Next morning: the little gal has eaten the remaining arugula leaves AND cauliflower. There were a few holes dug where it possibly dug out seeds…and the odd thing is–there are 3 other beds with full-grown leaves of strawberry, broccoli, etc. Due to this fact, I’m thinking my pest might live IN the first bed. Any ideas?

    • elitrope

      October 7, 2011 at 2:55 pm

      Hi Celine,
      First, thank you for your support!

      It sounds like you might have flea beetles. They like cruciferous plants (arugula, broccoli, cauliflower, etc.) They do live in the soil, so getting rid of them will be a little more challenging than if they had just arrived. I would try working in some DE (diatomaceous earth) and use some sort of sticky traps. If you can find Tanglefoot, paint that on a 2 liter bottle and set that amongst the plants. It should attract the beetles and they get stuck. Sorry guys, I know that’s a tough way to go, but I’d prefer those methods to pesticides.

      If you have another place to plant, I might even leave that bed alone, let the beetles have it and try another bed. You can deter the beetles by using a row cover over the new crops.

      I hope this is helpful and good luck! If you’re in zone 8b, it’s not too late to start all those cruciferous crops again.


  4. Judy

    November 10, 2011 at 7:04 pm

    Are you growing spinach for sale now?


    Judy (I buy sprouts and seeds from you at the market)

  5. elitrope

    November 10, 2011 at 8:27 pm

    Hi Judy, I wish I had some for sale. I’m just growing some for our family right now. Dragonfly Fields has some really yummy greens right now. Thanks for asking, though. See you at the market.


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