There is a time for everything and a season for every activity under the sun.
Now is the time to sow.
Spring has come very early this year. Luckily we have learned to stagger our plantings so that when ever spring does decide to come, most of our plants will be ready.
Bac Choi transplant ready to go!
It is planting time at Camp Mitchell. We are growing great transplants this year! With the money that the Camp Mitchell Board of Visitors raised and donated to the Agri Program, we bought, greenhouse equipment that has allowed us to grow top notch seedlings this year.
The hydroponic system that Tristan Odekirk designed and installed in the greenhouse is in full lettuce season now! So the lettuce has made several appearances at farmers markets and meals here on Petit Jean Mountain, as well as Little Rock.
At the Petit Jean Farmer's Market, our hydroponics lettuce was used to make BLTs!
Below are our neighbor's tomatoes plants, ready to be put outside!
Below is some sweet potato slips we are starting in the office.
I have been traveling lately and scouted out two ideas for garden beautification.
Above is a garden gate made of small cedar poles. At Amazium, Crystal Bridges, AR.
Below is a raised basin where a plant may trail vines downward. At Chicago conservatory.
More spring planting action to come! Now we start looking at summer vegetables like potato, beans, okra, and peppers!
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