The sky is clear and it's frosty and cold outside at the moment. But the sun will rise shortly and warm everything up in no time.
We enjoyed a cool and cloudy harvest yesterday. A little bit of rain fell during the early hours on Tuesday but it didn't amount to much... I truly love the sunshine and warmth that have been the norm here for the last couple weeks, but something about harvesting on overcast and chilly mornings just feels right.
The root crops and greens are growing sweeter by the day. I hope they're making your kitchen burst with flavor and inspiration!
The cover crops Mike seeded earlier in the month are up and glowing green, especially at sunset. Here's the former winter squash patch now filled with triticale and hairy vetch.
And, the garlic beds are prepped and we're planning to plant this weekend.
Fall CSA Harvest - Week #3:
2 Head Lettuce
I'll see you all this afternoon. Have a great day!