As the weather improves and the sun warms the freshly uncovered soil it’s actually starting to feel like spring on the farm. On the first calendar day of spring this year we were hit with a massive snow storm that left around a foot of fresh snow on the ground.
Since then the weather has shifted and all but scant traces of the white stuff are gone from the fields. Through it all our seedlings have been growing in our warm barn.
The seedling are starting to look good and planting continues at a rapid pace.
A close up look at the parsley, rosemary, and thyme.
Back outside we have a couple of rows of spinach that over wintered with nothing but snow for cover. The plants look good and will soon be making additions to our dinners.
Spinach that survived the winter.
In hoop house number one the over wintered kale has done well despite the cold we had on the farm this winter.
Over wintered kale starting to wake up for spring.
We look forward to the coming weeks of planting and transplanting, the season starts slowly but it wont stay that way for long!