Weathering the Heat

Weathering the Heat

The heat this summer has felt excessive and extreme. We usually see a heat wave or two, but a daily high of 90℉ seems to be the new norm! The increase in temperature combined with the lack of rain can cause a few problems for our vegetable friends here at the farm, as...
2020 Tomato Guide

2020 Tomato Guide

Tomato season has begun! Since we grow so many different kinds of tomatoes, I’ve created this guide to the varieties we are growing this season. When you collect your tomatoes each week, you’ll notice that we harvest some of them before they’re completely ripe. We do...
Garlic Cures

Garlic Cures

It’s that special time of year again when we harvest all our garlic from the fields, lay it out to cure and save seeds for next season. If you’re not familiar with growing garlic, it’s unique in many ways. For example, you seed garlic in the fall, usually around...
Bountiful Bouquets

Bountiful Bouquets

The flower garden is looking great this year. We are so thrilled to have even more flowers than last summer, as well as some new varieties. If there is time, we hope to put signs at the end of each bed to let you know what is growing there. Whatever you end up...
Explore and Connect

Explore and Connect

Lately, I’ve been reflecting on how many people have turned to nature and the outdoors as a way to exercise, socialize, and entertain themselves and their families in recent months. For example, many of my neighbors who I’d never met started walking around the...