On the Seed Farm
How we do it
Thrivers and Survivors
This sunny week (and our cathartic new t-shirts) have truly lifted our spirits, and it seems, the plants' moods have lifted as well.
Dripping with Irony
We're receiving a USDA grant to put in a drip irrigation system on the farm! Ironically, we have not had to water at all this season.(6 comments)
Weather Records, Endless Broccoli Bliss, and Summer Sowing
2009 has proven to be an especially challenging growing year, and the tomato lovers among us are all anxiously awaiting some heat.
Seed Sense: Pepper Prowess
Proper pepper care (as they get ready to flower)(2 comments)
Time to Go A-Roguing
It is time to be thinking about saving seeds but first, it is time to discover your inner rogue.(3 comments)
Garden Notes for Seedy Folks (Underwater)
On Saturday we celebrated the Solstice in the dank gloom of this unseasonable cold and wet June.(5 comments)
In the distance there is thunder. Again.
The Spring Rush Continues
We've been in full-fledged spring rush mode: breaking lots of new ground, weeding, shaping beds, amending soil, and, of course, sowing seeds.
Some Seeds Save Themselves
Un-preparing beds for self-sowers.
Little Bok Choys We Hardly Knew Ye
So, what I erroneously dubbed "summer" in my last post was merely a whiff of the incredible and startling heat wave that has descended on the northeast the past four days.