Another Sunday, another rainy day. 2018 sure seems to want to be remembered for its rainy Sundays. The rain held off late enough into the afternoon that we were able to fill our farm fridge with a bounty of veggies for the upcoming week: lettuces, arugula, cabbages, carrots, tatsoi, pea shoots, turnips, and more!
This weekend, like last, we continued planting for summer. The carrots and arugula we harvested made way for eggplant and tomatoes to be planted. We also planted a row of nasturtiums, our first foray into edible flowers. In addition, we planted basil and edamame in the greenhouse with the idea of growing them up to transplant out to our raised beds as they continue being freed up from spring obligations. More pea shoot seeds were sown in the greenhouse too as we continue growing a steady supply of them while the weather permits, probably another month or so.