Monthly Archives: June 2015

Po Tay toe, pa ta toe, To May Toe, to ma toe

Here it is the last week of June and both the tomatoes and potatoes have started to bloom. Hill the potatoes and caging the tomatoes is extra work but worth the effort. And the garlic planted last Fall is beginning its end as the hard neck varieties have begun to Read On..

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Golden Peas

A newer hybrid pea grown this year is a golden pod variety. Not only are the pods attractive, but so are the blossoms! Taste testing will happen once there’s enough to harvest.

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First Crops

Before the cool weather of Spring leaves for the year, the early season crop harvest goes on in full swing. The earliest harvest are the lettuce mixes. There are seven different lettuces planted in their own row. The first harvest is just cut from the plants and the second sees Read On..

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Transplants

Once the weather stabilizes, all the seedlings from the greenhouse can go into the garden beds. While not everything needs the added protection most everything goes into coldframes in case the overnight temperature dips into the danger zone. Slowly almost all the beds are getting ground level irrigation installed. These Read On..

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