Hello again, August is drawing to a close - the days are getting shorter, the asters and goldenrod are blooming, and for many of you, the school season is starting up again. Best of luck! But the season is far from over at the farm. We picked a whopping 500 pounds of tomatoes this week - we don't have enough table space for them all! And the eggplant keep producing like there's no tomorrow. The squash and cucumbers are doing well and the beans are becoming more productive wit
Hi everyone, Sorry again for a late-ish post. I'm trying to get a bunch of salsa canned, and of course, it's taking longer than I thought it would... but it smells really delicious!
Things are going pretty well at the farm- the weather's been a bit hotter lately, which some of the crops have been appreciating, and then we got a decent rain this evening, which will help everything along at this point. Somehow, despite the less-than-ideal weather this summer and some disease
Hi everyone, Sorry for the late post- I was making another batch of pickles and it took me a bit longer than I thought it would... a common occurrence when I'm canning :>) Anyways, your vegetables this week: Red-skin potatoes Eggplant Mixed Beans Summer Squash Mixed Basil White Onion Cherry Tomatoes Regular Tomatoes Salad Mix Things are going pretty well at the farm. Sue's peach trees are loaded and we started picking some of them yesterday. I believe we'll have some for sale
Hi everyone, Another week, another bag! A cooler start to August than I was expecting, but it's made for pleasant working weather. Here's the list for this week: Salad Mix Swiss Chard Scallions (aka Green Onions) Cherry Tomatoes Tomatoes Summer Squash Beans (mixed colors) Cilantro for some Hot Peppers (the dark green ones are Poblanos and the pointy yellow/orange ones are Hungarian Hotwax - both are medium spicy) You probably already saw this in the email we sent out or on th
Hi everyone, Week 9 already... it's hard to believe. And July's already come and gone! The summer really flies by. We've had pleasant weather for farming recently and most everything is doing pretty well. The only exceptions are the plants outside that really love the heat (beans, tomatoes, squash). They're producing, but not at their usual rate. But there's still plenty to give out- and the greenhouse tomatoes and eggplant are really stellar this year. Here's what's in your