Fall plantings

 

I love the ebb and flow of seasons on a farm.  And as summer gives way to fall, our hot weather gardens yield to the cool weather crops.

It’s been a tough summer on the farm in some ways.  Some things just didn’t produce well, and I’m not quite sure why.

But as I see a garden rich in mustard greens, and as I see huge broccoli heads forming, and as I see more kale than we could possibly eat, my pitiful little tomatoes just don’t seem to matter so much any more. 

Love Wins

 

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