Everything outside is covered in white again, but we’ve got a few things started inside to remind us what green looks like. The radishes on the right are a little experiment in transplanting out early radish bunches, while the thyme on the left ought to produce for the entire season and then some once transplanted.
Both of these crops will be going into the hoop house soon, sharing the space with onions and spinach already in the ground and arugula, tokyo bekana, peas, baby carrots, and more radishes on the verge of germination. Everything in the houses is covered up under several layers, it is no exaggeration to say it was over 70 degrees in there last week with no heat but the accumulation of the sun’s rays.
Stay tuned for more pictures from the hoop house. The days are officially long enough to grow stuff again, and we will be trying out a variety of crops from roots to greens that we hope to bring to market by May.