Spring Growth

Spring Growth

Monday, June 28, 2010

End of June

Hurray it's raining. We had to wave some irrigation parts in the air in a threatening manner, and we even ran some water through all those little tubes, but our tricks worked and now it's nice and wet.

Please bring your own bags to the farm. We want to only have to buy new plastic bags for those true oops moments. thanks!

Here's the veggie line up for the week (Forecast ONLY):

chard, kale, komatsuna, mustard, herbs, head lettuce, salad mix, celeriac, broccoli, European cucumbers, hakurei turnips, escarole, endive, garlic scapes, maybe some summer squash (zucchini and yellow squash), daikon


unlimited: kale, chard, cilantro, sugar snap peas (REALLY GOOD RIGHT NOW), dill, basil (make pesto)

flowers: all unlimited with 2 exceptions: don't pick the red tiger lillies, or anything behind the greenhouses. So, here's the unlimited flower list: calendula, bachelor buttons (by peas now, too), zinnia, shasta daisies, celosia

the strawberries are pretty well done for the season.

Finished for the spring:

radishes, beet greens, pac choi

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