Week 20 of 2012 Season

Expected Harvest:

New this week:

  • sweet potatoes
  • watermelon radishes
  • lemon grass
Plus more of…
  • arugula
  • bok choy
  • broccoli
  • green beans – French and yellow wax varieties
  • garlic, hardneck – Spanish roja
  • kohlrabi
  • lettuce mix
  • mesclun
  • okra
  • onions – sweet, white and red torpedo (an oblong, red onion)
  • peppers – red, yellow, orange, and purple bell peppers
  • potatoes: purple viking (marbled purple and pink-skinned, white interior) or satina (yellow skin and interior)
  • radish, French breakfast
  • scallions
  • Swiss chard
  • tomatoes – cherry (a mix of red, orange, yellow, purple, and maybe even some green)
  • tomatoes – red and heirloom and paste varieties
  • turnips – hakurei (a sweet, white salad turnip)

Bonus Herbs & Other things:

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

Coming soon…

Next week we will harvest the first of our fall cabbages and will have both red and green cabbages at pick-up.  We also plan to start harvesting our fennel.  And, we will  probably have spinach again next week.

We grew several varieties of onions this year and so far have distributed purplettes (the mini red variety), white, and the red torpedo.  Soon we will start bringing our yellow storage and red storage varieties to distribute at pick-ups.

We are also just about finished with our stock of Spanish Roja garlic and will soon be switching to a variety called Music.  If you wanted to try planting some of the Spanish Roja this fall, now is the time to grab a few heads to set aside as seed garlic. (We plan on planting our garlic towards the end of this month.)

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