October 23, 2015
Winter crops are coming
Yes, celery root and parsnips are making an appearance on our table at the farmers’ market this week. We’re all longing for cooler, wet weather. Wandering around the fields this early evening, I am speechless for the beauty.
The crop of beets (red, gold and chioggia) look lush. Should begin to harvest in a few weeks.
Parsnips were harvested out of this row for tomorrow’s market.
Paul is reluctant to pose for me, too busy.
The romaine this week was huge!
Leeks dashing across the ground
Brocoli and cauliflower
I promise there are small carrots coming. This is the next 7 beds.
Aren’t these brassicas Amazing!
A little swale planting, to slow down the water. Looking ahead toward rain.
The onion transplant bed
Next week’s Little Gems.
Chocolate brown pasilla peppers. Dry them for a traditional mole sauce.
The low field has been cover cropped.
Pumpkins to sell tomorrow