EAT Magazine – A Cherry on Top

Discover why Okanagan grown cherries – those sweet juicy summer lovelies, are some of the very best in the world in the newest Get Fresh article from Root Cellar owner, Daisy Orser, in the July/August EAT magazine.

Click here for the full article online or pick up the latest copy of EAT from news stands around the city (and of course, at the Root Cellar).

Garden Party Pretty from the Potting Shed

We are absolutely thrilled to see another local Victoria company, Flytographer, as passionate as we are about making all of your experiences extraordinary (not just grocery shopping, and meal time!), and very proud of our very own The Potting Shed at The Root Cellar’s oh so pretty flower arrangements from our talented team of florists for the company’s first annual garden party.

The party was held to celebrate the success of their year and for the Flytographer team to have a little fun together! Read their full blog post here.

Eat Magazine – Love & Home Grown Tomatoes

Look for the Root Cellar’s insider tips from owner, Daisy Orser, in the GET FRESH section of every edition of EAT magazine.   Discover how your food is grown and meet the local farmer’s behind some of the most amazing island produce available throughout the seasons here on Vancouver Island.

Heirloom and heritage tomatoes grown by Sun Wing Greenhouses just up the road from us in Saanich were the latest in gorgeous summer produce to be featured in the July/August edition.

Here’s a sneak peek of the article – pick up a copy of the magazine in print around the city or find the full scoop on Love and Home Grown Tomatoes in the digital edition here.

…Farmer Tom’s favourite is the beefsteak. I am a sucker for anything heirloom,
preferably striped. Whatever your fancy, we are spoiled with tomato options here in
Victoria. I recently spent an afternoon with one of our local master tomato growers,
Tom Law at Sun Wing Greenhouses, and if I close my eyes I can still smell the warm,
tomato-y air. Anyone who knows that heavenly smell of a vine-ripened garden
tomato can well imagine the aroma produced by 40,000 square feet of tomato vines.
It was glorious…