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We are starting to harvest the first round of radishes for 2014. White Icicle French Breakfast Cherry Belle Watermelon Pink Beauty China Rose Radishes can be eaten fresh as a salad topper, roasted, or sauteed with a mix of vegetables!
If you or someone you know have interest in purchasing a CSA share or would like to be added to our waitlist, please feel free to contact us. Contact information is provided below. Half Shares – $275 Full Shares – $450 For more information on CSA memberships or if you would like a copy of … More All CSA Memberships are now FULL for 2014
This is an exciting time of year to be a gardener. It is when all of the planning, early mornings, late nights, and physical labor from winter and spring surface with full garden beds of ripening cantaloupe, watermelon, okra, green beans, hot peppers, tomatoes and more zucchinis than you can count. It is a glorious time of year … More Fruits of Labor
Some of the most nutrient rich vegetables like Kale and Spinach can also be some of the most unfamiliar when it comes to preparing and cooking often scaring folks away from purchasing and/or growing these amazing greens. Most greens such as Kale, Spinach, Swiss Chard, and Mustard Greens can be prepared in many different ways … More Prepare and Cook Greens
For the past few weeks we have barely had time to stop. Everyday we have a new “to do” list that is daunting and exhilarating. Josh and I both secretly love our lists, seeing checks by all of the items accomplished for the day. My Type A personality is rubbing off on him. School is … More WHEW!
When the snow melts you have to start and thankfully the weather has finally allowed for some good work time outdoors. The farm is coming alive as spring arrives and the list of “to do” is continual. We have four raised beds of greens planted in the hoop house with the sowing being in 3 … More The beauty and chaos of Spring
Our resident artist, Handy J’s mother, designed wonderful garden bed labels during her recent visit. Each label drawn by hand with plant/growing specifics. We look forward to getting a ton of use out of them and are so thankful to her for helping make our garden beds an organized system! A big thank you goes out … More 2013 Growing Season…It’s On!
It would seem that Groundhogs are bad at predicting the weather. Our winter this year struck hard in the month of March reminding us of its cold fury. I have been wondering if it will go out like a lamb or like a lion? Thankfully we have had some days with upper 30’s and with sunshine it … More Springing Upward