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hi.  latest form is up for what is available this week in seedlings.   hope you are all doing well !   christy click here to go to form        

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click here to go to the request form   . hope everyone had a great holiday weekend, although i know most of you worked  almost, if not each day of it  .    ;/ most of the pepper plants aren’t that large … Continue reading

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new starts – bear with me as i restart this website    some links and text, headers, still relating to farming back in maryland .     but have gotten the seedling form up and running .   so please take some plants!!!!!    thanks.   … Continue reading

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well, we have the tiniest patch of land and greenhouse going.   seedlings available  starting in a couple of weeks.   https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1NRK9qoz-HWJzds   for the latest form

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hello all!  i’ll post again sooner to the next harvest date of feb 12th, but hoping to have small amounts of small baby spinach to add to the list.  stay warm !  christy

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February……………..here are some photos of the  field  at the farm and how plants are doing under plastic.    the baby red pac choi and cilantro are doing very well, and there are still some other greens and carrots that will be … Continue reading

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january 2013 hope everyones new year is starting out well! i have limited  greens and some carrots and herbs available.    pick what you would like and i will confirm back to you what i can harvest in case a lot … Continue reading

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let the wind blow -learning so much from the winds and storms.  the cold is not so much to be of issue tis the wind.     hope you are all staying cozy and warm.  cheers.    christy

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into winter various greens and the regular herbs will be available as i can grow them through the season.   i will not be sending posts or emails as much as during the growing season, but please feel free to check … Continue reading

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into the winter i will be trying to continue growing through the winter.  adding mini hoops, and have crops such as spinach and carrots established that hopefully will go through the winter….  we’ll see .  i am having a great … Continue reading