A chill is in the air and the Blue Skys hoop house has transitioned from summer to fall as well. Spinach and lettuce now take the place of tomato and pepper plants.
One holdover from summer is a late crop of wax beans. The have been protected in the hoop house, (along with hoops and agricultural fabric, seen below) to keep the temps up. Be sure to get to the market early as supply is limited. You won’t find many local sources of wax beans this time of year.
Megan finished her painting of the hoop house doors. Very nice!
Here is a closer view of the painting.
This week we will be bringing the following items to market.
My wonderful husband, Eddie, will be taking my place at the market as I will be working at Cluck! tomorrow. Come on by after the market and say hello and do a bit of shopping. You can see the chickens, the bee hive and find some great gift items for the upcoming holidays.
Cluck! 399 Broadway, Providence Rhode Island