Come any tme between 10 am and 2pm for lunch, free picking, and a chance to see what we are doing. All donations go to the Highland County Humane Society. The season's over, and we offer what can be harvested just for the picking. We have red raspvberries, greenbeans, cherry tomatoes, small cabbages, brussel sprouts, celery leaves for seasoning, peppers, brussel sprouts, some strawberries, and maybe a watermelon or two. All are welcome!
We have tomatoes, cabbage, celery leaves, malabar spinach, red raspberries, swiss chard, lettuce, onions, and a few strawberries and blackberries. The melons are growing and soon will be available. The flowers are just for decoration.
It seemed as though everything has been slow, but we also have more critter pressure. Apparently the rabbits are loving the fresh strawberries. I am totally impressed with the large tomatoes called Mortgage Lifter, an heirloom variety.
Veggies seem to be taking longer than usual to mature, but we do have these three---cabbage, swiss chard, and broccoli available now.
Here are my newest babies...growing strong in the upper level of the greenhouse. Tomatoes, peppers, celery, chard, broccoli, cabbage, sprouts, spinach, and today I will add lettuce.
I planted rye grass in the Fall, and Mother Nature brought the frost and killed it for me. The dead rye adds biomass to the soil and feeds the critters in the soil adding fertility. All I had to do was drop some seeds. How's that for EZPZ! We will transplant strawberries directly into these spaces.