As we approach the end of April, we also near our average final frost date here in Philadelphia. This means that it’s time to harden off the summer crops like
How to till garden beds using a broadfork.
No one says farming is a walk in the park and the spring can remind you of that in every way possible. The physical labor on the farm always seems
I’m back on the farm after a successful Sunday at the annual Philly Farm & Food Fest. Thanks to everyone who came out to support us! Apart from this yearly
Today was another beautiful day in the gardens. The boxwood are hedged, beds edged, and we are about to start the heavy weeding and mulching that needs to be done
Everything seems to be excited about the warming weather. The beets and peas have both begun to germinate after several cold weeks in the ground. And even the farm cats
It is really starting to feel like spring outside in the garden as the bed preparations continue. Amidst the pruning, edging, and mulching, we will soon also be digging up
With rainy days followed by sunny ones with highs near 60, it feels like spring has finally sprung! And with it, the farm is truly getting going. I was finally able