Our First Transplant

Posted by on Apr 5, 2019 in Uncategorized | No Comments

It’s exciting times on the farm. We had our first indoor transplant of seedlings planted on March 8 and transplanted on April 2! We moved hundreds of celery, celeriac and parsley from tightly packed trays to more spacious accommodations. We are now fully maxed out in our indoor, fluorescent light in the guest bedroom setting. We have also planted the first of the lettuce and kale in the greenhouse. And the onions and leeks got a hair cut.

Everything is coming up, even my saved seeds which is exciting.

As you will see, we have planted a lot of things already! Here are all of the new ones since my last post. It’s all very exciting and kinda overwhelming.

New Plantings:

Herbs and Flowers
Stevia – Botanical Interests

Foxglove – Pinetree Seeds

HollyHock – Botanical Interests 

Green Twister Echinacea _ Pinetree 

Belles of Ireland 

Broccoli
Thompson – Fedco

Cabbage 
Super Red – Fedco

Golden Acre – Fedco

Early Jersey – Seeds Savers Exchaange

Tomatillo
Toma Verde – Botanical Interests

Green and Purple Tomatillo

Peppers
Orange Peppers

Yolo Wonder

Red Peppers


Eggplants
Long green from Thailand

Green Egg

Chinese White Sandy

Round from Valence


Hot Peppers
Early Jalapeño – Botanical Interests

Piment sweet and long from les Landes

Bouquet

Tomatoes

Fruition – Honey drop 

Delicious tomatoes don’t know name but I saved the seeds 

Sungold seeds I saved

Pineapple

Travellers 

Orange, red and yellow cherry

Yellow Brandy Wine  – High Mowing Seeds

Indigo Apple – High Mowing Seeds

Gold Medal – Fruition

Green Zebra

Kale

 Delaway – Seeds Savers Exchange

 Russian Frills  – Fedco

Lacinto Seed Savers Exchange

Dwarf green Curled Kale High Mowing Seeds

Red Russian Seed Savers Exchange

Vates High Mowing Seeds

Spinach

 Bloomsdale – Botanical Interests 

Lettuce

Parris Island Cos – Botanical Interests

Ice Queen Baker Creek

Green Towers Romaine  High Mowing Seeds

Little Gem – Baker Creek

Montmartre by Night

Posted by on Feb 1, 2016 in Uncategorized | No Comments

Montmartre by Night. So beautiful.

Love my neighborhood. So beautiful.

Still Harvesting in Maine

Posted by on Oct 10, 2015 in Uncategorized | No Comments

Fall is here and it is chilly. I still have flowers, kale, arrugula, some basil and my first eggplant!flowers and more

Sunlflowers in Maine in My Garden

Posted by on Aug 3, 2014 in Uncategorized | No Comments

I just love them. And, so far, I can’t bring myself to cut them. The bees are too happy.Sunflowers Maine

Organic Food. From Our Garden. Maine.

Posted by on Aug 26, 2013 in Uncategorized | No Comments

Cherry Tomatoes from our garden- first

Our garden grows. Our garden delivers! Despite it all, no mulching, no organic compost, fear of blight (aie), bugs (many), not knowing what we are doing and more, we have organic food! Our own. Our first.

Beefsteak tomatoes Maine Organic

Blackberries Mid coast Maine

Organic Russian Banana Potatoes from BL Maine

We have potatoes (yukon gold, russian banana), tomatoes ripening and already ripe (cherry, beefsteak), onions (yellow, red), watercress, basil, beans that just keep on coming (green, wax, haricots verts and some pole on the way),  sunflowers (7 feet tall and almost flowering), wild blackberries, and we have hope. We have hope that we can feed ourselves.

Onions Organic our farm
A couple of weeks ago I planted more beans, radishes, turnips, kale and arugula and added compost this time. They popped up after a week and are growing along. I hope they will make it before the frost! This is my garden. My first.

Beans growing Maine organic