It’s March. Well, it’s not but it feels like March…but different. The weather is right. We got an inch of rain last night. The wind is blowing endlessly and I’m in the garden. March. But instead of planting potatoes, I’m harvesting the remaining tomatoes and peppers. I’m cutting up the plants to allow them to compost in a windrow in the garden under (you guessed it!) horse manure. I’ll haul the horse manure once the row is out.
We’re getting an incredible harvest of green tomatoes but the summer garden is at an end.
The fall garden is getting a good head of steam. Carrots are doing well.
Spinach is finally starting to come out. I have the hardest time with spinach. No idea why.
Radishes are coming out.
Lots of things happening in the garden. Out of the garden too. Our last chicken butcher date is this weekend. I think we’re all ready for it. Place your order soon.
Our fall lettuce and spinach is ready to pick. We’ll harvest some tomorrow. The tomatoes are still producing, but slowly.
Need more chicken. If you have some in the freezer, Genny will be at Grandpa’s Friday night and could bring it down for me. If not, save some of Saturday’s harvest for us. Ten should be good. Thanks! ~~Rhonda