Overnight the petticoated fairy flower, also known as Columbine opens her skirt and floats the morning dew drops that will not drop while I watch.
Laying down on the job, into the soil Michele pokes the tiny green blades that will become giant golden orbs of savory sweet onions.
I heard from an old English auntie I knew while living in Bedford, Massachusetts that it will be an abundant year in the garden if we are eating peas on the fourth of July. These peas must have read the memo as they scamper up their trellis.
In the farm stand now: Sweet Green Salad & Eggs
Thank you for spending your food dollars at your local farm stand. It matters a lot to all of us.