Summer begins to turn for the door, but Fall is a patient host.

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The Season of harvest festivals is upon us!

Many Summer crops are still producing heavy harvests, but joining them are the familiar faces of Fall: Cabbage, Potatoes and Salad Turnips are a few that will be making an appearance this week.

We are looking forward to some tender greens and sweet carrots as the nights cool down. Sonora and I did some thinning in the carrots and Winter Radishes, both of which are coming along, the former a little slower than I would like, but hopefully thinning will help.

Today we began to harvest the storage Onions, letting them cure a while in the sunshine before we have to haul them all inside to join the garlic.

This is also the time of year when I start trying to free up some space for Fall cover crops before it is too late to get a good stand established. Our Summer cover crop mix is still sitting unopened, but as they say, there is always next Season!

Sincerely,
— Jenny

This Week’s Share:
👉🥔 Fingerling Potatoes
🧅 Spanish Onions
🍅 Tomatoes
🥒 Zucchini
🥬 Cabbage
🥬 Lettuce
🫑🍆 Peppers or Eggplant
✨ Salad Turnips
🍃 Greens Choice
🌿 Herbs

 

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