As hoped/expected, this week we were able to start harvesting this season's mesclun mix, the first tat soi, and a variety of radish we've never tried before called White Icicle. I'm not sure mornings come any more peaceful and serene than this morning. Of course, I was out early harvesting the first greens of the… Continue reading Farm update – 10/22/2017
We harvested green onions on Saturday, so I think that means our fall season is officially underway. We even have Whole Farm baskets to offer this week, which include a dozen eggs, a bunch of those pretty green onions, and a pepper trio. Now that Whole Farm baskets have returned, we're developing a weekly mailing… Continue reading Farm update – 10/15/2017
Early this week we employed our EarthWay seeder to finish getting out the fall seeds that we didn't get around to planting last weekend. The rest of the week, we made rounds each evening to see how many little seedlings had emerged since the previous day. Almost everything is up by now. Radishes were first, followed… Continue reading Farm update – 10/8/2017
Happy October! Over the past few years, I've come to appreciate October more and more. Up north, where I grew up, autumn brings with it an amazing display of fall color, but also the certain knowledge that some cold, dark months are ahead. In south Georgia, whose forests are largely dominated by pine, you must… Continue reading Farm update – 10/1/2017
Available this week: curly and dinosaur kale, collards, peppers, eggplant, peanuts, and herbs.