Brrrrr!!!! This week we’re getting multiple visits from Old Man Winter with at least two nights (maybe more) of frosty temperatures. We’ve pulled the frost cloth over our tender kales, peas, and broccoli and are hoping the plants make it through with a good crop for you all to enjoy. We’re watching the thermometer closely to know when to protect our blossoming stone fruit trees (when we see <30 degrees). The freezing temperatures won’t impact our onion planting as we work to get all 60,000 plants in the ground this season. We hope to have our first baby sweet onions in March! Wish us luck as we keep planting our cold-tolerant crops and start prepping for a big spring planting in the weeks to come. Thanks for supporting our farm, even in the coldest part of the season!
SWEET POTATOES (YAMS & MURASAKI),
BOK CHOY BABY,
RADISHES FRENCH BREAKFAST,
SUGAR CANE & CANE SYRUP,
PEAS MISSISSIPPI PURPLE HULL (FROZEN),
DRIED ROSELLE HIBISCUS