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The Farm: June Report

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An abundance of veggies

Hey there! I told you about The Farm a couple of weeks ago. As promised, this is the first in a series of updates on how your favorite plants and animals are doing.

A kiwi plant! I've never seen one before. This is one of two at the farm.

As you can see from the photos, the plant beds are overflowing with lots of veggies. I still haven’t gotten to eat any of it, but I need to, and soon.

Hiding amongst the greenery.

The fruit is ripening too! There are plenty of strawberries (not pictured) and the raspberries and blueberries are just about ripe. The plums, peaches, and pears look like they’ll be ready in a few more weeks. Can’t wait!

"Gimme those peaches!"

These chickens lead a pretty nice life.

Young plants, including tomatoes and peppers.

Author: Jen

Howdy! My name is Jen and I live in the San Francisco Bay Area. I like to eat, run, and blog, but not usually at the same time.

2 thoughts on “The Farm: June Report

  1. This is so cool! It makes me wish my balcony was bigger (although I just harvested a dozen tomatoes, yay!). I may try to do something like this in a few years or look for a collective. Awesome!

    (P.S. I think those raspberries may be unripe blackberries or is that blackberry in the upper left a photobomb from another plant?)

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