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share highlights- third week o' july

This past weekend, we test dug a few hills of the EARLY POTATOES. New potatoes are known for their tenderness. The same tubers would continue to grow if left in the ground. Additionally, the SUMMER SQUASH harvest is on. You'll be regularly seeing two varieties as well as the solid green zucchini. Let us know if you have a favorite. Squash is a vegetable that is known for its abundance. It's not known for an abundance of ways to preserve it for long term storage. The growth habit of this veg is such that it needs to be harvested a couple times a week as opposed to a kale, which is a also continual harvest but the picking window is wide. In short, we'll try not to overwhelm folks with squash, but it'll be coming in steadily for weeks!
sunburst and zephyr (summer squash)

red norland new potatoes
"I have made a lot of mistakes falling in love, and regretted most of them but never the potatoes that went with them."                                                                                                                                                   ANONYMOUS

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