One Week Later . . .

Great strides have been made in the last week. As of this moment, we have 4,000 tiny plants. These are seedlings transplanted from the seedbeds into their individual pots. Here they will live and grow until they are once again transplanted into the field gardens.

First come the seedbeds . . .

Thus far, we have started broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, red and green kohlrabi, bok choi, butterhead lettuce, red and green kale, endive, tatsoi, escarole, collards, and red and green romaine lettuce. I am ready to once again enjoy all of these veggies fresh, but particularly the romaine!! If anything sounds unfamiliar to you, check out the Veggie Identification pages on the website. However, if you have ever eaten a “bagged salad” or any Asian food, I can guarantee you have eaten these veggies in the past even if you have never purchased them at a grocery store before.

Next come the seedling transplants . . . with Faith we pray each becomes a vegetable!

Of course, all of our beautiful daffodils are wilted in the yard after the recent snow event. Such is the luck of the draw when it comes to March weather in WNC. They were a blaze of glory and an inspiration while they lasted!

Daffodils . . . The Blessings of early Spring . . .

Cane Creek Asparagus & Company aka Cane Creek CSA does have Farm Shares available for the 2022 Harvest Season! Now is the time to join us if you want to enjoy our seasonal, gourmet vegetables grown locally with organic inputs. Robert and I would love to have you join our community of Veggie Lovers!