Spring Opener at Keppers Pottery and Produce
Saturday May 6th and Sunday May 7th 10:00 – 5:00 Participating in Earth Arts Tour
Hosting Joyce Halvorson, blacksmith
New Pottery and Fresh Produce
Well, after nearly 70 degrees we have had two cold nights. At this point the Nanking Cherries, plums and some apples are blooming or budded out. Will the cold mean we will lose the crop? We just have to wait and see!
Yesterday Ken bottled up his raw vinegar from our apples – raw, unfiltered, with mother. Available in two sizes. Price includes bottle deposit.
Greetings from the Garden! This week’s box has greens – lettuce, salad mix, spinach, wild mustard, green onions, chives, potatoes, celery root, beets, and herbs. Field Notes. Ken has been planting and transplanting: his nursery inside the mobile high tunnel, his pepper and tomato plants in the germination cabinet, and the onion seedlings. He has also been cleaning up the greenhouse in the field; perennial crops have perennial weeds. And to avoid any possible boredom, …