What do you do when ducks lay eggs in your tulips?
Lettuce. Not the whole bed, but we’ll be uppotting these beauties from the greenhouse beds into spacious four-packs, with a lovely and colorful mix of greens for your own garden bed. Doesn’t it make you want a big old salad?
Brassica. Broccoli, kale (four kinds!), cauliflower, cabbage, collards, brussels sprouts. I think we doubled the amount of lacinato kale over last year’s numbers, but it could still run out. Shop early!
Onions. All the onions. Well, not all, but a fair representation. Copras (for storage), Red Bulls, sweet Walla Wallas, chives, leeks and shallots. You might want to get your onions into the ground before our big warm-weather sales in May, so don’t miss out on these.
Pansies. They could totally be blooming two weeks from now! Do not be fooled by their current smallish stature! They thrive in the three inches of snow we’re supposed to get next week!
Finally, just because it was a beautiful day to be hanging out with the plants: