|He went to the greenhouse to get trimmers and came back|
with a snack, too. Multitasker that he is :)
|How to eat a tomato AND harvest tarragon???|
Of course, free up your hands and keep going.
|How to count colorful carrots? |
As a group and out LOUD :)
What is it about number 16 being left out?
|Snapdragons. Little kids of all ages|
like to play with these. :)
|Anna's lunch today. Penne pasta with |
asparagus, basil, onions, tomatoes. She even delivered to the potting shed!
Raspberries in the background may become dessert.
|The first raspberries for the harvest boxes. Sooo delicious.|
|Thyme. This will be wonderful dried and used in the fall/winter|
in soups. Falling leaves, rain, fire in the woodstove, homemade soup. Ahhh. I can almost smell it.
|Sylvanberries. In the boxes for week 5.|
1st blackberries to ripen.
|Grams helps harvest the curly Kale.|
She likes hers steamed with
|A "potted" little |
flower. Ahhhh. :)
|A cutie pie with her milk. |
Flowered raincoat was useful today.
|This year's newest addition, developed at OSU, this is a baby 'Indigo Rose' tomato. Purple on the outside, red on the inside. |
Bred for high levels of antioxidants.
Read more here:
|Harvest box headed home.|
|Red on the outside, orange on the inside. |
What are the carrot breeders thinking!
|Blueberries starting to ripen. |
Sunshine will speed this up.
|Birds are snacking on them already.|
See the empty stems?
|Netting to try and keep the birds away. |
They figure out how to go under.
Sneaky like that.
|Netting on an entire row. Tied down underneath, too. |
Florencio will win this battle!
|Grapes set first on a cluster, then they bloom. Each little bump will grow into a grape, hopefully.|
|First boxes with berries. More to come. Yummy.|