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Belta's Farm
The greenhouse tomatoes are all tied up and looking good!
The tomatoes are growing!  We should have them by the end of June.
Peonies are available from mid-late May.
In this field you can see the Zinnias, Celery, Broccoli Raab, Lettuce and Scallions growing nicely.
A close-up shot of our beautiful lettuce.
This year we are growing several varieties of lettuce including red and green salad bowl, romaine, head lettuce, buttercrunch, oakleaf, arugula and mesclun mix.
...and here it is!  Our famous Belta's Farm garlic!  Ready to be pulled July 4th!
Sugar snap and shelling peas will be ready in June.
We will have marigolds available memorial day weekend at the first farmers market of the season!
Our new organically fed, free range chickens!
The two major party candidates for Westport First Selectman joined together today at the Sunday Farmers’ Market at the Saugatuck Congregational Church parking lot to boost the Westport Belta family’s produce.
Belta’s Farm Stand on Westport’s Bayberry Lane attracted some loyal patrons today. Available was an assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables, bouquets of zinnias, pumpkins and gourds.  Doing the selling were Laura Loffredo of Fairfield and her sister Angela Belta of Westport.
The vegetables are as local as one can get. Westport’s Belta’s Farm today began selling its fresh produce at the Westport Sunday Farmers Market at the Saugatuck Congregational Church on Post Road East.
Please help us keep farming! We need your support to help us continue farming!
Belta’s Farmstand opened for the season today at 128 Bayberry Lane. The farmstand will be open Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with fresh vegetables, eggs and preserves.
Angela Belta (left) and Laura Loffredo of Westport's Belta's Farm. Credit Nancy Burton
Sunflowers are available in our mixed bouquets!