We've planted our cold-weather crops!
We began planting this week! Here James is putting our first seeds in the soil. We've planted:
Kale is a classic fall garden crop. Kale is exceptionally cold tolerant, maintaining its dark green color and rich nourishment long into the fall and winter months when most other crops have withered away.
Who doesn’t love the spicy sharp kick of a fresh arugula salad? Arugula does very well in cool temperatures and is a quick and easy addition to any fall garden.
Until recently, I never thought about peas as a fall garden crop. However, this classic spring staple enjoys the cool temperatures of autumn as well and peas grown in fall tend to taste sweeter than spring peas.
Red, juicy, and delicious, there is nothing quite like a beet to give a meal a little flare.
We'll begin harvesting these crops as early as late-May. Sign up for our CSA to receive regular deliveries of fresh produce.