Into Summer Already?

With the end of this past winter seeming to drag on forever in freezing weather, snow, and sleet, it’s been a shocker to find ourselves in the hot, dry conditions

(Slowly) Getting Going

After a storm last week that dropped surprisingly more snow than expected, I was starting to wonder if I would ever be able to get seeds in the ground. However,

Spring Goes; Summer Comes

This week, an exciting surprise waited for me on Monday morning- the first of the cherry tomatoes were beginning to ripen! For me, like many people, tomatoes really mean that

Goings-on On the Farm

With the strawberries beginning to turn red, it’s time to start paying attention to what will be the next fruit of the season. Today, I netted off the blueberry bushes,

Goings-on On the Farm

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

In the greenhouse, the kale, collards, and lettuce have all sprouted their first true leaves and are growing like crazy! Warmer weather crops like tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant that were

With a winter like this one, I can’t help but think of the hot, bountiful days of summer and wonder if they’ll every return! And for most of us, thoughts