Monthly Archives: November 2014

Final Prodcts and Some Performers from the Ground Circus

Leek grass and cilantro with the cooling succulence of the ice plant Miniature Japanese variety Mini-butterhead hearts (it takes a butter head to grow one), purple orach, chickweed, tiny tatsoi Arugula and exciting new comer to the greens lineup, wrinkle crinkle cress Used to make closely [...]

By |2014-11-19T17:04:45+00:00November 19th, 2014|Earthworker Farm, Veggie Musings|Comments Off on Final Prodcts and Some Performers from the Ground Circus

Using Sunflower Greens for Smoothies

Earth-Grown Sunflower Greens harvested the night before market. These greens are a great value because of their short stems. The good stuff is in the cotyledon and we sacrifice a lot of yield by trimming the stems in order to have a more concentrated product. Beet Generation Cucumbers, Twin Peaks Amagaki Persimon, [...]

By |2014-11-18T16:42:26+00:00November 18th, 2014|Earthworker Farm, Veggie Usings|Comments Off on Using Sunflower Greens for Smoothies