Farm update 3-15-19

Red Baron Peaches, just starting to bloom 3-15-19. Highly ornamental and very flavorful freestone red-skinned peach.
One of the Thornless Blackberry patches, showing status of three varieties as 3-15-19.
Brussel sprouts should continue producing thru summer. Red chard in background will be gone soon. (photo 3-15-19)
Tomatoes planted on fence for easy U-pick in May-June, 2019. Fence near barn will hopefully have U-Pick cucumbers. (photo 3-15-19)
First bloom on hydroponic tomatoes in greenhouse, grown in coconut fiber.
Large-leaf Italian Basil, Banana peppers and tomato plants to set out in field after weather warms. (Photo 3-15-19)
Green multiplying onions.
Red clover grown for bee attractant, and nitrogen and organic matter to rejuvenate soil. (Photo 3-15-19)
Mustard left to bloom attracts bees who eat the pollen and nectar. Ladybugs use the leaves as a protective hatchery and also feast on the aphids who flock to the area for food.

2019 Season opening soon!

Expected opening for 2019 season is around first week of May, but may be sooner if weather warms up and production comes earlier. Prime-Ark Freedom thornless blackberries are already in bloom, and several varieties of peaches are loaded with blossoms. Fig trees are still dormant. Tomatoes, watermelons, cantaloupes, and brussel sprouts are already planted in the field, with pepper, herb and cucumbers following soon. Watch this site for more info soon!