Spring is here but usually when we are thinking about putting tomatoes in the ground and planting summer squashes we are finding ourselves making evening fires to keep the house warmer. This year looks like later planting times for summer crops! With this added time we have almost completely filled one of our garden plots with spring vegetables, greens, crucifers, carrots, etc. Thank goodness we moved the greenhouse last fall and have adequate heating and water for the plant starts to continue growing strong! Let's hope for more rain!
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Cold nights, Greenhouse delights!
Posted on April 14th, 2021 by Kiva Dobson
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We are a family operated Certified Organic and Bee Better Certified vineyard, orchard, and vegetable farm. We make our own wines and infused vinegars and pickled/canned goods. We focus on dry-farming techniques with permaculture methods to conserve water and promote the ecosystem. We like to grow heirloom crops and plants that can handle our climate with minimal care to promote diversity and create a hardy seed bank.Go to farm profile