Friday, May 24, 2019

1) How to deal with gardening in our cold, wet Spring. 2) Creekfest will not affect our market this year

Yes it's been cold and wet, but not to worry. The hot weather plants can be planted in a few days and will have plenty of time to produce tomatoes, peppers, tomatillos, zucchini, melon and all the summer veggies. We plant no sooner than June 1st EVERY year and get a bountiful harvest.

Or Buy Next Week, June 1st
WeeBee Farms will have a good selection on June 1st- and it will all be hardened off and ready to put in the ground next Saturday. Tomatoes, tomatillos, zucchini a few cukes and LOTS of Peppers to choose from.
Of course lots of flowers for pollinators too.

Creekfest Update: We will have the entire street!! Yay!! We will not be displaced by Cotton Candy or Corn Dogs this year!!! Saturday morning at market during Creekfest is amazingly peaceful! Things don't get too hectic til Noon. Plan to park where we park- in the RTD lot at Canyon/ Walnut just diagonal from the market.