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Many types of organically raised squash

Hello,

The produce is starting to be available here at the farm.

We have yellow crookneck and straight neck; Raven and Delicata Zucchini; and white scalloped bush squash available.

They are all organically – raised.

We are beginning to have some peppers ready too.  From MILD to HOT.  We also have Pepper plants available. For rows or containers or specimen plants.

Today, we had a customer come for good old-fashioned spearmint.

We also had a customer come to buy some Rhubarb plants that we found for him.  They were raised here in TN, so they are accustomed to our climate.  I’ve been told that the problem with growing Rhubarb here in SoEast TN is that it does not cold enough for the plants over the Winter.

We’ve had mixed results with our planting/transplanting.  I’ve tried bringing plants down from WAY UP NORTH; from several states north of us; and from the immediate area.  Some make it…some do not.  Some only live a few years.  We’ve also had several years of drought.  So, I am not sure that one can blame the number of consecutive days of freezing in the Winter,or not.

Back to the squash.  I’ll post my “famous” zucchini bread recipe.

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