The rain has renewed our spirits and our energy levels… along with helping the plants grow, and cooling off the air. We have a nice late summer harvest for the first week of September; the tomatoes are dwindling a bit with the heat and dry, but they should pick back up in a week or two. Meanwhile, the fall and winter crops, like carrots, beets, choi, lettuce, kale, and turnips, are growing strong, and loving this cooler, wetter weather.
In today’s harvest;
Red Bell Peppers
Halves and Wholes only;
Kale or chard
I hope you’re enjoying this weather as much as we are. We’ll see you this afternoon.