All your microgreen favorites are back and the Tulips are nearing their end!
There is still time to get some of the potted Ranunculus into the ground so you'll be able to see the wonderful blooms in your own garden this July.
And if you come to the markets, you'll get to see my mom, Donna, in action as she will be closing the Farmers Market at Libby for me and doing the Troy Farmers Market as well while I do some volunteer trail work in the woods (since the perfect mini-vacation from working in the field is to go work in the woods!!)
And don't forget to sign up for the Spring Farm Tour & Dinner, the spaces are filing up and seating is limited!
If you want to enjoy these beauties in your own garden, there are a few options available for the potted Ranunculus that are ready to go into the ground and start working on blooming these wonders (but if taking care of plants aren't your thing I'll have these in bouquets and bunches available in a few weeks to take home and enjoy with minimal effort on your part!)
The tomatoes are trellised and growing taller by the day as the Dragon Dome heats up to tropical conditions in this heat, which also means I make sure that everything has enough water because just like animals, plants can take a lot of heat if they can stay hydrated!
The full variety of microgreens are back this week with some lush basil, crisp mild mix, and zesty spicy mix!
What's available this week?
I'm Farmer Megan with a life full of cackles, clucks, quacks, weeds, crazy kitten, and one tiny, senior, blind dog.