As usual we are having typical challenging spring weather here in Central Oregon. However we have two field tunnels filled with starts of lovely spring greens. The first plantings of carrot and peas are also in the ground waiting for a bit of warm weather to pop their heads up. The irrigation water should start flowing this evening. The honeyberry bushes bloomed in the midst of this cold snap so we probably won’t be seeing any berries from them this year. All the other fruits have held off blooming. The garlic is a good 8 inches tall and the rhubarb is up and growing. We continue to have plenty of eggs and Wild Rice.
Good food is coming soon!
post by: Debbie Fields April 9, 2010