Last Weeka March at Wishetwurra Farm

The April Wishetwurra Farm report will come next week, but here’s a preview, from the last week of March.

Up on the roof. Happy lichen eats the shingles.

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From the Goat Barn ladder-aerie: snow is gone! The dirt is warming…

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I’ve done some tilling.

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The Broccoli Diver has kicked up her heels.IMG_7380

The garlic knows the season has turned, and new leaves are appearing.

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The leeks know, too, and we’ve got lots of leeks left to eat.

Leeks in the soil are money in the bank.

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Rhubarb buds break forth.

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In the greenhouse, we’re cutting salad greens. Below, scissors snip claytonia.

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Daffodils buds are splitting sheaths, but we’re still a couple of weeks from peak bloom.

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The early daffs, like this old-fashioned double, are happy to dare the air.

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Stay tuned!

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2 responses to “Last Weeka March at Wishetwurra Farm

  1. Hi!..my daffs a abloom, not all, ‘cuz I have some early and some later ones. JOY! That means is buddleia cutting time. And force some forsythia…’tho, I wager,it won’t take much forcing. Maybe just a slight nudge, a suggestion. Wonderful time of the year!

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