opening ourselves with the hinging daylight hours

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

mulberries and marigolds

Kayla and Joanna eating the first mulberries of the year.

Mulberries make children shapeshift into flying creatures.



the first marigold flowers of the year. We intercropped marigolds with the tomatoes today.


More mulberries. Think we will make milkshakes on Friday. . ..!


Here's a shot of the winter wheat. It is turning golden, and it is intercropped with lavendar colored vetch, our cover crop nitrogen fixing greenmanure. . . .!

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