Cease endlessly striving for what you would like to do and learn to love what must be done. - Goethe
It is been a busy few months for us as the weather warms up!
We have been working hard to keep on schedule to have our products ready for harvest and market (to your kitchen!) as soon as possible!
Some of our activities include: -Seeding for the field and greenhouse -Breaking ground and making bed rows -Erecting a hoop house -Transplanting our baby plants! -Building our mobile produce trailer -Starting on the never-ending task of weed control
We are excited to report that we have collards, kale, cabbage (green, red, napa and pak choi), green onions, large sweet onions, lettuce (green leaf, red buttercrunch and romaine) and tomato seedlings in the ground, all enjoying this warm moist spring weather!
In the greenhouse, we are watching squash, melons, cucumbers and tomatoes upon tomatoes sprout and grow!
Out in the field, we have beets, spinach, arugula, cilantro and carrots peeking their way out of the soil. They will be loving this rain to keep the soil soft and moist.
Green berries are heavy on our strawberry plants and should be ripening for harvest starting the first week of May!
Flowers are appearing on our hoop house tomatoes and kale and collards are already in the weekly (alright, daily....) meal rounds in our kitchen!
Still lots, and lots of work ahead but taking it one day at a time!
Greens and cabbage hardening off before transplant!