The hillside has that Late Summer yellow tinge…
It was also a harvest day today for the upcoming markets on Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday.
Lots of planting was occurring as well.
There’s always a lot going on at the farm.
Fortunate me, I was joined by Other for most of the day.
Much to do. Last couple weeks for seeding. 24 trays today.
12 Spinach, 4 Raab, 2 Mustard, 4 Red Pac Choi, 2 Mizuna.
Winter greens beginning.
It’s getting full in the barn!
(From yesterday’s CSA pick-up)
One of the workers commented today how it must be neat to have touched nearly every vegetable grown on the farm.
I think about that when I’m in the kitchen, preparing my vegetables to eat.
Well, I didn’t touch every seed, but I did touch most of them.
I guess I’m mostly proud & awed by the alliums… As they were seeded in the bitter cold days of February.
And here the onions today! They did well, & are drying down nicely.
The Winter Squash crop didn’t fare so well, as the bed location was flooded during the rainy spells, unfortunately.
At least there’s some that made it this far.
& thank goodness for the other farms in the area!
Babies all grown up!