I'd hoped to have asparagus for you this week, but the hard freeze this weekend set it back a few steps; temperatures below about 30 will melt every spear that's started to emerge. Hopefully next week. Just orange carrots this week; the remaining yellow and purple carrots are fairly small. We're going to try and let them fatten up for a week or two; otherwise we'd likely be out of our 'rainbow' carrots before the end of the week.
Many of you have been asking when our tomato and pepper starts will be ready. I shoot for April 15. Warm sunny days might bring them on a little earlier, cool overcast days might make them a little later. I've managed to not kill anything yet, and expect the full list to be ready in about three weeks. Thinking I had extra greenhouse space this year (heh) I planted a lot of extra cucumber and squash starts as well...I'll try to get this list updated on the website later tonight. It's too early to be planting tomatoes anyway. If you're itching to get your hands dirty, I do have some extra cool-season starts available this week only: 'Red Russian' kale, 'Farao' green cabbage,' 'Red Express' red cabbage, and 'Snowball' cauliflower. All are from organic seeds purchased from Johnny's Seeds, grown by yours truly.