Fresh greens, spring bulbs, farm-made foods...
Strolling through the greenhouses on a cold and rainy day is like walking through an oasis. Colorful flowers, wonderful smells, and warmth are a nice reminder that sunnier days will be here soon.
The good news about April and the steadily increasing temperatures is that our production crew is finally getting to plant directly in the ground – arugula, radishes, and more lettuce went in the hoop houses this week. We expect to have freshly harvested greens by the time we open at the end of the month!
You’ll have a wide variety of farm-made products to choose from, including plum, blueberry, and strawberry preserves. Our seasonal kitchen crew started this week and they’ve jumped right into making food products for the start of the season.
For your garden, you’ll find dahlia tubers and freesia, gladiolus, and ranunculus bulbs in the farmstand this spring. Freesia can be grown in the ground or in a container. They have an amazing fragrance and their bright colors make them a wonderful addition to any garden (or bouquet!). Plant 2 inches deep and 4 inches apart.
Here’s looking forward to sunny spring days!
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