These are just some snapshots of the flower field this week. The zinnias are in full swing with their cheery blooms. We are picking as much of this bounty as we can to bring to the Pasco Farmer's Market this Saturday.
The flower field is going strong with almost every variety in bloom now. We have been selling at the Pasco Farmer's Market and bulk orders straight off the farm. If you need some flowers for a big event feel free to drop me an email at email@example.com. Also, don't be surprised if posting here on the blog gets more sparse---you can follow me on instagram for more snippets like these.
This year I ended up with 78 tomatoes in the ground. While I am impatiently waiting for them to turn ripe I thought I would do a quick update on what all I had planted. See last years tomato map in this post.
Row 1: 2 tomatillos, 1 indigo rose, 3 honeybee, 6 sungreen, and 24 sungold tomatoes.
2: One each of cherokee chocolate, solar flare, brandywine, persimmon
orange, green zebra, cherokee purple, old german, german pink, and
speckled roman tomato. 4 early girl, 4 grandenero, 9 suncherry, 10
sungreen and 8 sunpeach tomatoes.
A few sungolds and suncherries have ripened, and I am hoping for enough to bring to Pasco's Farmer's Market this Saturday. Bring on tomato season! Even my husband is asking how soon we can have BTLs.