Sunday, May 26, 2013
Whew...only flurries last night...but it was 31F, so we're glad we wrapped the tomatoes in "blankets"! When we uncovered them, they seemed A-OK!
The yellow cherry (on the right)is low, spread out, and already has little green tomatoes.
The red robins are blooming and the grape tomato plant and the red cherry one are just starting to blossom
Now we have to figure out when to transplant the squashes, peppers, herbs and tomatillos. Beans, carrots and beets also have to be planted.
Is the frost and snow really over?
Farmin' is serious business here in upcountry New Hampshire for us home growin' types. We follow the Almanac and use all our local wisdom, but even then it's a guessing game often.
Best to go to the One who provides the sun, rain, soil, wind and makes the seeds grow! Thank You, GOD, for giving us fresh vegetables in season.