What about you? Do you grow any of your own?
Long Wind organic tomatoes grow in rich, organic soil built right on the farm. Growing tomatoes in real soil is more work than growing hydroponically.
But, it’s worth it. You can taste the difference.
And if you visit the Farm, you can get these beautiful tomatoes at a discount!
Once you’re there, check out the Tai Chi studio above the greenhouse.
Long Wind Farm: good for the body, good for the soul!
Last spring, Andy & I dug and planted our first-ever asparagus bed.
It was several days of hard digging, with lots of attention to building a rich soil bed for our 50 young, mail-order crowns.
Technically, we’re supposed to let this year’s shoots grow, without harvesting any to eat, so they can continue to nourish the roots and develop into healthy, beautiful, fern-like plants.
I’m just not sure I can wait another year to taste them!