[From 3-Jun-2016] Not the best place for them to be, basking in the sun, but it's only for a moment, fresh in from the field, and they're also bathing in chilly well water. Mustards, mizunas, lettuces, kales, bok choi, more... Salad mixes are what's up for the moment, hanging in … [Read more...] about Greens in the sun
Friday harvest and the main green going right now is LETTUCE, appearing as small leaf salad mix. We're waiting to do new greenhouse seeding - it's still way wet in there - but a bunch of lettuce transplants are already in, some bok choi, too. So the season's ramping up and the … [Read more...] about Stack of lettuce
Yesterday's harvest that went to today's farmers' market, my earliest market start by almost two months! From the unheated greenhouse: kale, green and red mustard, and lettuce mix times two. Harvest conditions: -2°C outside, a perfect-working-weather 10°C inside. At the end, the … [Read more...] about First winter harvest
[From 18-May-2013] No food styling, just salad! The first grown-this-season greens - romaine, butterhead, oakleaf/salad bowl letuces - picked by raiding half-grown plants for a few leaves apiece. Dinner. … [Read more...] about May salad
[From 5-Aug-2012] Volunteer cherry toms - weed toms, really - ahead of this year's planting. Cool. Not sure if these have crossed, we had many varieties planted close together last season. These are not hugely sweet, instead, super little bursts of mildly tart tomato-tasty! … [Read more...] about Volunteers!