In the greenhouse are all our tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant. The broccoli and cabbage have been transplanted, and are looking excellent under their row cover.
Otherwise, there are snap peas and giant snow peas, just sending up their tendrils — we should be giving them trellises soon. There are beets, turnips, salad turnips, radishes, and carrots in our root crop section. With are salad greens are seedlings and seeds of baby lettuce, mustard, arugula, and kale. We have a few beds of head lettuce, and a few intended for full-size spinach, swiss chard, bok choi, kale, kohlrabi, and arugula.
Potatoes are in our barn, and there are trenches prepared for them. They should be going out any day now.
Drop by our booth at Ag Day this Saturday, 10 AM to 4 PM, at Townsend Hall on the University of Delaware’s campus. We’ll be glad to make new acquaintances and see old friends!