Garden Update in Pictures
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A promising crop of apples!

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Spinach is coming in well.

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The first strawberry is almost ready! Any guesses who gets to eat it?

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Tomatoes will be here before we know it!

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I love how the tomatoes look so neat and tidy at this time. Soon it will be a jungle in here!

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I have just recently been picking lettuce…I think I planted too much…again! Salad anyone?

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I think that beets could compete for my top spring vegetable. These plants are steadily growing along. Not too much longer!

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About Leanna Hale

Leanna Barth, born and raised in NC, first came to Polyface in July 2010 to attend one of the Intensive Discovery Seminars. She loved it so much that she applied for an internship position and was accepted for the 2011 season, after which she took the inventory/gardener position. Before coming to Polyface, she sold produce from her family’s market garden, along with homemade baked goods. This venture was mostly inspired by having read “You Can Farm” by Joel Salatin. Having always loved the outdoors, animals, and gardening Leanna is excited about this coming year, all that she will learn, and how the Lord will use this job later on in her life.
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6 Responses to Garden Update in Pictures

  1. Cyndi Lewis says:

    Oh… I’m so jealous! My garden is not that far yet but it’s coming along! Happy Eating!

  2. Mike Beegle says:

    Great pictures! Thanks.

  3. Mary in FL says:

    I love it when I can name all the plants without looking at the words! They look yummy, too!

  4. Glad to see this wonderful pictures! Good updates also leanna..)

  5. Rebekah Norris says:

    I’d love some of your lettuce! Alas, I’m too far away 🙁 Love seeing the garden through your lens though. xo friend.

  6. Scrumptious in a fresh salad and lovely in the garden , spinach is a plant for the edible landscape. Plant ribbons of spinach through a perennial border, or use it as a tiny, tidy hedge around a plot of early-season vegetables. Plant a late summer crop for harvest in fall . Try ?Olympia?. Spinach is easy to grow from seed.