An unusually cool, dry May has kept our plants from reaching their full potential.
A nearly empty greenhouse and warm weather spell good things for the garden…
This week we were hit with a terribly late frost for the season. Did anyone survive the cold?
The weather has been warm and the plants stretch their green fingers to the sky. Sweaters are packed away in favor of sundresses and yellow. All around us, spring is blossoming forth, and the Easter Lilies sit in their pot, as late as ever. In years past, this garden was primarily the domain of myContinue reading “Tilling Tidings (04/16/21)”
As the frost date finally passes our cozy little farm, it was finally time to take the seeds out and plant them in the garden. The air was cool and the breeze felt nice as we slid the onions into their respective rows. We’ve had such good weather. So far, so good- knock on woodContinue reading “The Tilling Tidings (04/09/21)”
At the beginning of April, we had an unfortunate cold snap.