The garden continues to wind down. I expect next week will be the final market. Farmer and plants are in sync. We are a little slower to perk up after a cold night. We’re slowing down. We’re not in the same rush to get going and get the job done. The commitment is there but with a little less energy behind it. It’s a natural cycle repeated year after year.
I dug the rest of the potatoes including some nice purple Magic Molly. We still have some tomatoes but just a few. As their last hurrah, the eggplants put out some real beauties.
At the market:
- asian greens
- baby bok choy
- chinese cabbage
- green beans
- herbs – basil, parsley, cilantro, dill
- hot peppers
- radishes – red and watermelon
- salad turnips
- tomatoes – coming to an end
- winter squash – delicata and honeynut
Open Friday 11 am – 6 pm.