Fall Harvest

Fall really is a lovely time to garden here in Tucson.  We had a few nights in the low 3o’s that scared us into getting out the row cover, but since then, we’ve been enjoying days in the mid 70’s and nights in the mid 40’s.  This fall we are growing spring mix, spinach, beets, carrots, green kale, purple kale, dino kale, red chard, bok choy, watermelon daikon radish, parsley, and dill.  We also still have some eggplant and peppers hanging on from summer.   Quantities are limited, but when available you can find our produce on the Conspiracy Kitchen salad bar in some of their prepared dishes, and on the produce department shelves.

 

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Measuring and cutting pieces of row cover (frost protection).

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Heirloom Chantenay carrots

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Dino kale and baby bok choy.

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Beet and carrot harvest.