As the year comes to a close, we have been thinking a lot about this past growing season and the plan for the upcoming season. This year marks our second year here. Through the past two years, we have learned so much more than we ever did. We have met more people than ever before, and many of you become our friends, our mentors, and our biggest supporters. We couldn’t have been more grateful to be part of this community. Through your support, we have been able to continue sharing our flavorful and nutrient-dense berries and vegetables, and applying sustainable farming practices on the farm. We invite you to watch this short video which shows why your support has been so important to us and other small farms who try to do the right thing. And once again, thank you for your support!
On the farm
The grass is turning green again and no one is happier than they are 🐑
Happy Fall!!! 🍂🍁🍂🍁
For the first time, I’m getting color mutation in one dahlia variety this year and it totally changes how I feel about orange flowers. Typically orange isn’t my favorite color but I just LOVE these dahlias. The last picture is the original color. I am loving the mutation more than what they should look like 😍
The days have been glorious but nights have been getting colder. It’s time for us to harvest our sweet potatoes so that there’s enough warm weather to cure them. Love having them in our winter dishes. 🍠🥘🍛🍲
It’s a beautiful fall day! Hope you’re loving it just as much as I do 🍂🍃🍁
We tucked our veggies field to bed today with clearing, tilling and sowing it with winter cover crops. It was a scramble to get done before the rain came but everything got done. The cover crops got a good soak from the rain! Now we can rest (not really) 😁
These alyssum were planted as companions to the kale. I thought they were done a few weeks ago. After all the rain we have had, they suddenly bounce back and look lovelier than ever been before! Just love their sweet fragrance when I’m close by.
We love these big sweet red peppers so much, we are canning a whole bunch for later. Of course roasting them makes the whole house smells amazing!
Trying to savor the last of summer with these beauties
Everyone’s favorite time of the year: garden clean up time! Nom nom nom...
Pickled spicy sweet peppers in the making 😋
Just sitting here watching the day goes by. Happy Friday! 😁