Strawberry blossoms are a true sign of spring beginnings. It takes approximately 4 weeks for a blossom to become a ripe berry. The first real harvest is typically mid-April.
Baby lettuces are thriving in the greenhouse, as are all of our other greenhouse grown crops.
Kale, freshly transplanted, easily adapts to life in the fertile Tuscaloosa Choccolocco soil on Snow's Bend.
This is the fall 2014 garden plot. There are still crops to be harvested, if you know where to look! Cover crops of crimson clover, peas, and rye are taking over. You can also see the fall crops flowering and becoming the perfect farmscape to attract beneficial insects and provide habitat for them.
I will soon post pictures of the growing crops that were directly seeding into the soil, but for now a few more greenhouse pics:
NEWS FROM THE BEND
From planting time to the growing and harvesting seasons,