The Shift From Spring To Summer
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We are getting to that in between time, between spring and summer, where little by little some crops are ending and we are waiting for those familiar hot weather vegetables to get ready. The alliums are holding steady. We finally just planted the ginger (that grows best in the heat, and it just has not been hot yet).
Barbara, over at Greenstone Fields, says the flower bunches will be smaller than usual because this week because she is in the same predicament and the flower supply is low right now.
The new cookbooks arrived so for any new folks who didn't get one yet, we are stocked again.
The farms are looking incredibly beautiful right now. If anyone has time to wander around and admire the fields, this is the time. We are catching up with the weeding, the tomato plants are bushy but not yet fruity, and the amount of green everywhere is just stunning.