Swamped!

The February Floods are here! Despite the seemingly ever-rising tide that is inundating everything, the garden team is still hard at work in the field, seeding, planting, harvesting & hustling to keep the food flowing. In the previous storm about fourteen of the fiberglass roof panels were blown off the Shade House roof; luckily with…

Farewell 2016

2016 May be ending, but our Winter garden is just getting started, take a look at what we’ve been up to: click on any image for high res                       It ends up what was sitting at the bottom of some massive compost heaps when I got…

Miraculous Chayote

by Matthew Richards I had the good fortune to attend a recent talk given by Linda Leitner the venerable head gardener at the Redwood Coast Senior Center; the topic of the talk being a remarkable perennial gourd thought to originate from Mesoamerica. It is known by many names throughout the world but “Chayote” (Sechium edule)…