|Robinson Family Farm & Ranch||
Wow. These pictures were taken by Martina Bello, CSA member. They are beautiful! Thank you Martina!
These are some of our lettuce varieties. They've been beautiful and delicious so far this year.
Winterbor Kale (Curly Kale). One of the many varieties of kale we grow.
Beets and carrots in the greenhouse.
The corn is growing. We're still hoping!
Cucumbers are hoping for a greenhouse home soon. Our male workshares have been helping a lot as we are trying to salvage parts of the old greenhouse to make two smaller new ones.
Czeck Black Pepper. These are always the first peppers of the season. Aren't they pretty?
This is our garlic. The mountains look pretty in the background too.
Garlic scapes. The seed stalk of the garlic plant that tastes like garlic, but is chopped like a green onion.
View of garlic, onions, greens, and greenhouses. The hill is gorgeous in the background.
Inside the pepper/squash greenhouse. Cold crops share the space but get cleared out as soon as the field crops mature.
Inside the tomato greenhouse. Look how they're growing!
Cabbage and broccoli have recovered nicely from the hail. It's miraculous really. They are a little behind schedule, but looking really well.
Squash plants are grown with black plastic mulch for added heat.
Fields. Sprinklers. Tiller.
Tomatillos. Husk tomatoes that make amazing mexican salsas. The main ingredient in salsa verde.
Tomatoes. Coming soon!
Perfect squash blossom.
This is a picture of the rhubarb after the hail. Crazy, huh?
The rhubarb now. It's recovering!
Rianna and Anson. How cute is that! Anson picked the bouquet. (Rianna is one of our amazing youth interns that work at the farm, Anson is our 3-year old son.)
This is how the tomato greenhouse is looking. Isn't it beautiful??
This is our corn. We can dream, can't we? We always try. Here's hoping this year we get lucky.
Our field greens are coming along.
The hot/cold crop greenhouse is full. The cold crops (lettuce, spinach, etc. will soon be phased out.
Scallions, leeks, shallots, peas and beans.
RFFR happy cows.
Marion hard at work irrigating. We're so thankful for water!
Starts that we have left over. Anybody need any tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, or cukes???