|dinner tomorrorw, the next day . . .|
Cars slow down at the roadside Stand but not too many shop just yet. We're busy working the potatoes, stringing up the beans, planting more radishes, beets, leeks, snow peas and peas and we wave at them - the people, not the plants.
I've been getting calls from customers regularly who'd just like to stop by and get a bag of greens or a bit of this or that - that's the part I like, I get to visit with each customer. If you phone ahead, I can have what you need ready for you, then when you arrive and see the food actually growing, how can you resist getting just a little more?
Tom takes food to his Cornwall office each week, which is an hour away, so are we still local? We are, Cornwall isn't, ya that's it.
|cherry toms - soon, soon|
|more eager tomatoes|
|spinach & chard|
And just for the simple pleasure of growing flowers, doesn't yellow make you smile the most?
|a sea of sundrops|
Call me or drop in if you're looking for a plate of local organic produce
and maybe some flowers on the side.