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On Sunday, Chris H, Tom and I pottered up to the farm in the snow to make a start on the third polytunnel. Our polytunnel frames were secondhand, so now we’re onto the third and final one we are running … Continue reading
In the boxes this week: – Sweetcorn – Courgettes – Melon(s) – Cucumber/green pepper – Tomatoes – Carrots Two of: – Lettuce – Runner beans – French beans and the following were available from the farm on a pick your … Continue reading
In the boxes the first week of September… – Sweetcorn – Runner beans – Green peppers or cucumber – Courgettes – French beans or purple pepper – Tomatoes – Carrots – Swiss chard
Welcome to the world, Snowy and Frosty the embden goose hatchlings, one day old!
Here are our ladies on The Guardian Gardening Blog…
Last Saturday felt almost like spring, and CSA members gathered at the farm to make an excellent start to the new growing season!
In the veg box this week: – 1kg carrots – 160g Sprouting broccoli – 3 leeks – a few Brussels sprouts
This week’s veg box contains … – 700g carrots – 1kg potatoes – 350g sprouts – 1 celeraic – 1 sprout top (cook like cabbage) – 2 chillis and a very small green pepper – half a Crown Prince squash … Continue reading
Today was a big day at The Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm -the arrival of the first two pigs to be cared for, and utimately eaten by, Acorn Antics – our very own pig club. Richard went to record the … Continue reading