The main seed starting area is bursting at the seams with flats of seeds waiting to germinate, seedlings growing strong, and ones waiting for the soil to be ready, thus the micros had to make way. Now they are in the cool room, which has been converted with a basic heater and some lights into a tiny growing room (some of those seedlings will also end up here).
The hens are still enjoying every little bit of sun and warmth they can get, especially since it's gonna get cold for a while.
Hella continues to shun the wet muddy world outside in favor of the sunny spots in the dry, warm house.
And I continue to putter away organizing and prepping the 15-20 different projects that pop up during the week and that need to be done before the 'real' farm work of prepping soil, planting, and harvesting gets underway.
Even if it's raining or hailing, I'll be at the Fireman's Park parking lot on Friday from 12-1230 with lots of duck egg (be sure to check out the recipe for creme brulee), rainbow eggs, and fresh tasty microgreens.
What's available this week?
Where to find it all?
The winter egg/microgreen delivery is every Friday from 12-1230pm at the Fireman's Park Parking Lot. I'll be there rain, snow, shine, or freeze!
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I'm Farmer Megan with a life full of cackles, clucks, quacks, weeds, crazy kitten, and one tiny, senior, blind dog.