We've been busy as bees here this past week, and the farm is finally starting to look more like spring!
Bottoms up: the hens were moved to greener pastures, which means those egg yolks are only going to get even richer.
A 90-foot long wall of tomato and pepper seedlings in the greenhouse, waiting for warmer days
Covering up spring transplants with row cover to protect them from the cold on the right, while trying to warm up a few rows for early summer crops under black mulch on the left - which season is it again?
New pink buds on the blueberries. We got our first very small blueberry harvest last summer...and quickly realized that was never ever going to be enough. So we more than tripled the number of blueberry plants and blackberry canes growing out here this week.
Some fresh cooking greens are really, really close. I'm hedging my bets, and waiting to see what they look like after this next (and hopefully last) bitter cold snap. Thankfully all that talk of snow and ice for Tuesday has dissipated. Next week if we're lucky!
And a few extra-early spring crops. Glow-y looking radishes...
...and fresh spring scallions!
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