Sunny days and dirty hands

After a couple of antsy months of indoor prep work and getting our transplants ready, we've embraced the sun and warmth and are ecstatic to get outside and get our seeds and transplants in the field.  So far we've put in thousands of transplants (including broccoli, cabbage, kale, lettuce, spinach, cauliflower, kohlrabi, chard, onions, leeks) and seeds (including carrots, radishes, arugula, peas, beets, turnips), as well as potatoes.  We're also establishing our berries and asparagus.

We have been learning so much from day one, and are enjoying problem solving (and sometimes improvising) and it's neat to reflect on how quickly we're becoming more efficient and developing our own strategies for various tasks.  It has been so exciting to see some tangible results as our plants grow big and strong!  Our thousands of tomatoes and peppers cannot wait to join their friends in the field.  Stay tuned...