We've been really busy around here! Our soil finally decided it was ready to plant so we go LOTS of stuff in the ground with Jesse's dad, Tony, and sister, Hilary's, help. This past weekend we transplanted tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, leeks, and bulbing onions. We seeded watermelon, musk melons, squash cucumbers, beans, potatoes, and much more! We also had a party with a May Pole and our friend, Emily Naff, took lots of beautiful photos. We got 6 ducklings too! The male is called Graham Cracker and the smallest female is called Waddles because my mom asked me to name them after her childhood pet ducks.
Some things coming up!
-Richland Park Farmers Market starts this Saturday, May 16th from 9am till 12pm. For those who don't know where it is see this. We'll have kale (Red Russian and Lacinato), collard greens, lettuce mix, baby tat soi, baby spinach, arugula, green onions, cilantro, some dill, some broccoli raab, some peas, scarlet turnips, baby hakurei turnips, red clover flowers (for herbal tea), cut flowers. You can preorder these items here and pick them up at the market.
-Lambs! They're coming soon!
Here are some photos of some of the Sugar Camp Farm happenings. More soon.