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This week, we seeded cabbage, our second round of broccoli, many types of flowers, and basil. We filled up our heated house while transplanting greenhouse tomatoes, and transplanted broccoli, and kale filling up all the benches in our cool greenhouse. We moved another 96’x4′ row of benches into that greenhouse, sterilized them, set up hoses, and moved over more cold hardy plants to make more room in our heated house. Monday we pruned blueberries and will be going back next week to do the last round of pruning. We planted the rest of our greenhouse lettuce and have 6 packs of black seeded simpson and red sails lettuce left over for sale for $3 each or $22 for a tray (8, 6packs) to be planted in cold frames or your greenhouse. If you’d like some email or call me and let me know which day and approximate time … Continue reading
This week, we seeded outdoor tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant that get covered, and our first round of field lettuce for the summer. We moved a 96’x4′ row of benches into our unheated greenhouse, sterilized them, set up hoses, and a back up heater to keep above freezing and have almost filled them with cold hardy plants from our heated house. We topped our onions, leeks and scallions and side dressed them with compost and natural fertilizers along with some flowers. We filled up our heated house while transplanting parsley, and a lot of flowers for the farmstand and our cut flower beds. Today we’ll be transplanting our greenhouse tomatoes. This weekend Dave and I picked up our new harrow. We’re selling the two older ones that weren’t doing the job. Dave cut down a couple more trees on the south side of one of the fields so we … Continue reading
It feels strange to say but…Happy Spring! Despite this last snow, the days are getting longer, and soon will be getting warmer. Over the past week, I seeded kale, our first round of broccoli for the summer, and greenhouse tomatoes in the greenhouse. Due to the cold weather this week, we decided not to move cold hardy plants into our unheated greenhouse and will wait till Monday. James hoed the claytonia, and weeded in the greenhouse, and did greenhouse and farmstand repairs. We transplanted bac choi, tokyo bekana, and lettuce in the ground in the greenhouses for Spring Share greens and fish fertilized them in as well as fish fertilized the spinach. I added a really good kale recipe in the recipe section to eat that super sweet overwintered kale Spring Shares received on Friday. I also added a borscht … Continue reading