|peach blossoms in the greenhouse|
We have a ton of stuff filling up the greenhouse and two wagons outside filled with onions, beets, kohlrabi, broccoli, cabbage, and parsley. That's how we get plants ready for the field...
We set them out on wagon to "toughen up"... if you will. Basically to get used to wind, rain, and a little less water. But if the weather is going to be too bad we can still bring them inside. Safety first.
|kohlrabi ready to be planted|
Inside the greenhouse not only do I have plants but I have buckets of peach blossoms that I've been "forcing" for a treat at an upcoming Farmers' Market.
I've had quite a few people ask what do you do with them?
Well...you put them in a vase on your table and soak up the delicate beauty of deep red branches with little pink flowers. They last about 7 days after they start opening.
|bunched peach blossoms|