>We have a few crops that we can start harvesting, so we are beginning the Spring Season two weeks early. This way we can make up the two weeks of Winter of 2009 before the official spring season begins. If you had a winter share last year, and a spring share this year, you are starting now. If you did not have a winter share last year, but bought a spring share this year, you will start next week.
If you need to reach us:Email is the best way. We're outside much of the day so it's difficult to return phone calls. But, if you are happy to talk to an answering machine, you can call (253) 859-5197.
Follow us on Instagram!A baby ear of corn is technically a flower. Or a cluster of flowers. Every strand of corn silk is attached to an infant kernel, and the silks are actually pollen tubes. A single pollen grain must find the entrance to each pollen tube/silk thread, and travel all the way down to the kernel to pollinate it. This has to happen for each and every kernel of corn. So next time you eat corn on the cob, and the ears are nearly perfect, be amaized at the perfection. 🌽