We're watching the pumpkins, butternut squash and Long Island Cheese squash do their thing as we move into September. The hot dry weather curbed the late blight on the Sungold tomatoes, so they are doing well despite the earlier damage. The replant of broccoli, cabbage and greens for Fall looks great as do the little seedlings popping up in rows in the fields, thanks to the great irrigation work being done by Elizabeth and the farm crew.
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No tours during Dec/Jan/Feb due to Volcanic winter, ok, just joking about the Volcanic part)
Garlic scapes: we hope you enjoyed the delightful flavor of these.
Lettuce heads: these have run their course and are stretching skyward--a precursor to bolting--flowering to make seed.
Lettuce mix--the leaves have given it their all and are now finished.