Category Archives: Chile peppers

CSA Newsletter: Week 21, 2013

Dear CSA members, Thanks so much for your support throughout this past growing season! The year certainly had its challenges, but in the end the plants came through and produced some pretty good food, didn’t they? We’ve enjoyed growing your … Continue reading

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CSA Newsletter: Week 19, 2013

Dear CSA members, If the season began with difficult growing weather, it is sure making up for it with a lovely fall. We’re feeling really blessed by the continued overall warmth and lack of frost so far, despite the fact … Continue reading

Posted in Arugula, Beets, Cabbage, Chile peppers, Cilantro, CSA, Eggplant, Garlic & Garlic Scapes, Kale, Onion, Potatoes, Recipes, Spinach, Sweet Peppers, Swiss Chard, Tomato, Winter Squash | Leave a comment

CSA Newsletter: Week 17, 2013

Dear CSA members, Brrr! I’m writing this on Monday morning and the sun is just beginning to lift the chill from the air. The cloud-cover that moved in during the early morning hours may have saved us from our first … Continue reading

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CSA Newsletter: Week 16, 2013

Dear CSA members, It feels like fall officially arrived with this past week’s weather change. Our summer vines (cucumber, tomato, squash) are beginning to die back and the fall greens (kale, chard, pac choi) are perking up in the cooler … Continue reading

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CSA Newsletter: Week 12, 2013

Dear CSA members, Well, another chilly week, eh? I just glanced at the forecast this Monday morning and it predicts warmer days and nights to come. The tomato and pepper plants will be happy about that! We will too, though … Continue reading

Posted in Chile peppers, CSA, Cucumber, Eggplant, Farming Practices, Garlic & Garlic Scapes, Jalapeno Peppers, Onion, Recipes, Sweet Peppers, Tending the Soil, Tomato | 2 Comments