Week 15 of 2012 Season

Expected Harvest:

New this week:
Swiss chard

Plus more of…

  • green beans – regular and yellow wax varieties
  • beets- red without tops or golden beets
  • cabbage – white
  • carrots – rainbow & orange
  • eggplant – a variety of Asian and Italian varieties
  • flowers – bouquets of zinnias
  • garlic, hardneck – Spanish roja
  • kohlrabi
  • okra
  • onions – sweet, white and red torpedo (an oblong, red onion)
  • peppers – sweet bell (purple, orange, red, and yellow)
  • potatoes: dark red norland (red-skinned, white interior) or satina (yellow skin and interior)
  • scallions
  • tomatoes – cherry (a mix of red, orange, yellow, purple, and maybe even some green)
  • tomatoes – red and heirloom varieties
  • watermelon – quetzali (red flesh)

Bonus Herbs & Other things:

  • basil
  • rosemary
  • hot peppers including: fish, habanero, jalapeño, poblano, and anaheim peppers

Future Harvests:
We are still waiting on the edamame;  it just isn’t quite ready yet–many of the pods still haven’t filled in yet.

In the near future (perhaps as soon as next week) we will have the first of our fall arugula.  And not too far behind is the mesclun, a colorful mix of Asian and mustard greens, and our first fall planting of French breakfast radishes.  We’ve been busy planting our fall crops and they are coming along nicely. We have broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, red, green and savoy cabbages, turnips, watermelon radishes planted and growing nicely.


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