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Megan Deleeuw

Spring forward

By | Heirloom, TOMATOES, TRANSPLANTS | No Comments

Transplants galore! They are really starting to take shape and look like their true selves. I’m starting to imagine harvesting and bringing bunches and bunches of kale to market! I’ve had a bit of a reprieve from keeping the fire going at night as the  temps are starting to creep up…

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Sprouts, blocks and bulbs

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The bulbs are well on their way to becoming flowers. They are all tucked away into bulb crates and have begun to sprout! With nighttime temps in the teens, I’ve been getting up every three hours to keep the fire burning so that they won’t freeze! Kale, collards, cabbage, kohlrabi,…

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Winter chill

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Given that we’ve had such a warm winter so far, I should feel relieved that we finally have cold and snow. But I have to say that I’m excited for things to start growing again in the greenhouses…along with that fresh earth smell of our soil blocking mix and the…

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December 17th

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I almost didn’t post this because of the brutality of it, but I decided that if I’m going to be completely honest about what happens on the farm…on any farm really…death is a part of it. Although its lovely to post beautiful photos of delicious vegetables, flowers, food and happy…

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