The vegetable fields are bumping! The tomatoes are almost ready and there are oodles of leafy greens, squash, herbs and more coming in every day. Click here for this week’s vegetable ‘menu’.
Thank you Lindsay for taking these photos and showing us some different views!
From flowers, ready to be cut, to tomato plants in the sliding greenhouse…
To the crew at work (or is it just Charlton at work??!) and ready to call it quits for the day.
If you are adventurous, now is also the time of year for the wineberry.
Cousin of the raspberry, they grow wild all over New Jersey and are a tasty, juicy berry to add to yogurt, smoothies or just to pop in your mouth as you go! I found this grove by the Martin tract in the woods behind the pig enclosures.
Remember to bring a stick to sweep away spider webs if you’re going through the forest!
And to look closely, because there are berries hiding under leaves everywhere.
I must say, it was so quiet back in the woods, I was afraid I would see another berry-lover by surprise…something along the lines of this:
I took this picture by the Delaware Water Gap, Jersey side, this June.