Farm Happenings for this summer week!
Whew! It's hot out there! But, it's easier to prep our fields when it's dry, so we are thankful for the break in rain. Our tomato plants are growing strong, with so many fruits nearing readiness for the coming weeks! Our lettuce is still looking beautiful, but we are having to sprinkle it daily dur1 read more »
Hello again from the farm! FIRST – PICKUP IS FROM 4-6 PM. I have no idea why your pickup emails say 2-6, but they do. We are working on getting that bug fixed. Now, to the important stuff... We did have some warm weather for a few days, so we were able to get LOTS of transplanting done.1 read more »
Greetings from January on the Farm..... err. I mean May :) Alas, tonight seems to be the last night. Let the mass transplanting commence! This freezing weather is making things interesting this week! All is well, and thankfully we have come through it all fine. I don't think we have had any d1 read more »
Spring is for New Things!
It is always such a beautiful and hopeful thing to see Spring reappearing. Winter is gone and newness abounds! Flowers emerging, seeds popping, chicks hatching, lettuce heads forming, colors renewed! Hope in renewal and rejuvenation is a wonderful thing! This year, as you know, we have1 read more »