The Flowers of Andalusia Farms 2020

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The Flowers of Andalusia Farms 2020

Andalusia Farms, as a natural farm, seeks to attract and build a strong ecosystem attracting bees, butterflies, birds. In addition to providing natural beauty for us as we live and work on the farm, it strengthens the environment in which vegetable growing can occur in a healthy way. Click here for...

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Early Greens

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Early Greens

The greens planted in March are beginning to produce. This swiss chard and kale were used in a salad for dinner and in veggie eggs for breakfast. The swiss chard and kale and tasty and tender when small and can be eaten raw. Once they get larger, they must be cooked to be tender…    

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Tomatoes Planted!

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Tomatoes Planted!

Tomatoes planted on April 17, 2020. Early girl (blight resistant) salad tomatoes and cherry tomatoes in the greenhouse. We had to put the heat on 41 degrees as we had a couple of sub 32 degree nights including frost on Sunday morning. Last year, due to active blight management, the tomatoes continued to produce into October without...

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Spring 2020 planting has begun!

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Spring 2020 planting has begun!

Kale, cabbage, swiss chard, and broccoli are growing!    

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Raspberries come on strong in late August & early September 2018!

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Raspberries come on strong in late August & early September 2018!

Raspberries at Andalusia have made a late comeback! With drought hampering fruiting in July and early August, irrigation and late season rain have brought on the berries. The photo shows an easy way to preserve them for a deep winter treat… Because these are fully organic, with lots of critters enjoying them, they need to be cleaned, drained and then laid on a tray with something to grease the pan. Put in the freezer until solid. Then move to a tupperware container to enjoy in scones, on ice cream or any...

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