Well after a warm and dry May the rains of early June have arrived right on cue.
The past week was a transplanting whirlwind. The tomatoes, peppers, eggplant,
globe artichokes, flowers, winter squash, fennel and basil all went in under very favorable conditions.
The earliest root crops, brassicas, alliums, and legumes have also responded well to the moisture.
If you haven't been to the garden of late you should really stop by and check out the progress.
Especially if you want to take full advantage of the abundant early u-pick greens.
We are in the garden for sure on Tuesday and Friday mornings as well as Tuesday and Thursday
late afternoon and evenings. Beyond those times catching us there would be a decent bet but not a sure thing.
Details regarding formal distribution will be available once harvesting reaches a critical mass.
As far as starting to plug into the garden in order to meet the monthly work requirement we suggest you
arrange that around your pick up day. This time can be fulfilled either an hour a week or once a month.
The choice is yours.
If there is any confusion regarding your scheduled pick up day or have any other questions or comments please do not hesitate to speak up.