One nice sight has been the emergence of the sugar snap peas. Planted way back on March 15th, we have been patiently awaiting their appearance, not knowing if the snow, rain and freezing temperatures of March had done them in. But they are up and looking great, thanks in part to the quality of the soil and good drainage we have been able to put in place.
|A good stand of sugar snap peas 04/08/13|
|Transplanting potatoes on 4/2|
|Broccoli and cabbage, irrigated and row covered|
|Late afternoon planting before the rains|
|Cold frame plants|
|Peppers in the greenhouse|
|Garlic coming up thin|
|Harvesting some greens for the farm crew|
The farm crew of Luke, Lorne, Ryan and us are working hard to make this a productive year and are looking forward to the start of the harvest.