Notes from Green Thumb Farm: Mid-November 2015


Fall is here, summer crops are gone for another year... but we still have plenty of homegrown organic produce in our fields: many types of kales, Oriental greens, Italian greens, beets, carrots, summer and winter radishes, turnips and rutabagas. Lettuce is also making a return for our last delivery weeks.

We still have lots of sweet potatoes and winter squashes in our storage for deliveries until we finish for the year.

Our last delivery week will be the 2nd week of December which is rapidly approaching!

Notes from Green Thumb Farm: 11/1/2015


Summer is now behind us. We had a killing frost the morning of October 19th. Tomatoes, Peppers, Summer Squashes and Eggplants were all gone that morning. We have managed to pick a few more of each of these from lower down on the plants, which were protected by the plants leaves.  We have finished picking all of these now, so we will be bringing in more of our fall crops; Kales, Pac Chois, Salad greens, Turnips, Radishes, Winter Squashes, Sweet Potatoes, Scallions, Beets and Carrots.

Notes from Green Thumb Farm - October 16, 2015


I hope everyone who wanted to come to visit our farm last Saturday were able to. It was a chance to see what we’re doing, see some of our crops, and talk with the farmer. Next chance to visit for a tour will be June 2016 for our Strawberry picking and farm tour.

Our fall crops are beginning to come in well.  Kales - Green and Red Curly; White and Red Russian; and Lacinato all being picked now. Collard greens, 3 types of Pac Choi, tat soi, red and green mizuna, arugula, and red and green mustard.

Notes from Green Thumb Farm - October 1, 2015


October is here and its time again for our annual fall farm tour and pumpkin picking. The tour is scheduled for Saturday, October 17th. It will be a sit down riding tour in a farm wagon pulled by a tractor. There is limited seating on the wagon so reservations are required. The times are 10:30; 11:30; 12:30; and 1:30. The tour lasts about an hour; we will see many of our fall crops, including different greens, turnips, radishes, kales, broccoli and cauliflowers. At the end everyone can pick a pumpkin—pie pumpkins.