What's being planted at FreshGrown Farm?

We're looking forward to the new life that comes to the farm with the spring. That's why we're jumping right back in after the mini-ice age we had last week. We did out best to protect our winter plants but the long stretch below 20 degrees was too much for most of them. We had carrots, spinach and some very young lettuce that made it. We know what we think helped them survive--we'll devise a better protection plan next year. Here's spinach that had leaves burned by cold. This younger spinach came through fine. They had more protection. This row of carrots did fine, too. And some baby lettuce came through okay. We've replanted most of the winter and early spring crops. Robin's planting rows

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