Another interrupted Wednesday evening – so here is the “weekly update” where there are two weeks after this delivery for the main season. One of the unusual crops here isn’t really edible – our decor squash. They are essentially ready any time. Because they are decor and not edible (well, it is possible that you… Continue reading Week 18 – the end is near!
First, sorry for missing the regularly scheduled update of Wednesday – distractions happen and when you lose your flow it all falls apart… So, here is a better-late-than-ever weekly update. Squash. This is the Winter Squash official four week window. Obviously, Gill’s Pippen went out last week, but this week you either get farmer’s choice… Continue reading Week 17 of 20 – main season last four weeks!
So much growing, so little warm season to give out. That’s the story of June… Meanwhile, since the “last year’s fallow area is this year’s active” there is some serious work on getting things in shape. The beds are SUPPOSED to be 4′ x 75′ in the main area, 4′ x 45′ in the secondary… Continue reading The Fourth (week) be with you…
Hi friends – (yeah, I know this is a day late…) This is the final week for Green Season – most of you are continuing on into main, and really we haven’t had any joins for main at all. In many cases folks are wanting to take some time out of town after three years… Continue reading Green Season final week (8)
You may be getting fatigued at the exuberance, but this season’s weather is so stellar, especially in contrast to last year! The critical thing now is to be a bit patient for the correct time on things. So: Start seeds that need to be 8 week before last frost: done. Start seeds that need to… Continue reading Winter Week 7
If my high school french didn’t let me down the subject means the CSA for 2022 is all done this week. What a season – lots of ups and downs. In a week or so a monthly update will go out that touches on 2022 and hopes and plans for 2023. However, what is really… Continue reading Week 4 – C’est Finis!
Some nice weather, and all the plants that were waiting in trays have made it into the ground – the main beds are starting to look like they were supposed to be in May! The front row in the above picture shows just how miserably the green beans germinated. New seed, sprouted in the trays… Continue reading Week 6 already!