|Hedlin Family Farm|
Another winter gone by—and half of spring with it! Even with all the rain, it feels like we’ve at least had sun in equal measure, and while we’re still waiting as I write this for a string of dry days that will get us in for our first field planting, all in all, it feels blessedly normal outside so far.
We’re pounding stakes in the cabbage seed fields and harvesting the last plantings of our over-wintered cauliflower (Available at the Bellingham and Skagit Co-ops!). As soon as we get a dry spell we’ll be in planting peas, radish, turnip, lettuce, kales, chard, potatoes, and strawberries.
It is not too late to sign up for our 2013 Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Farmshare program! Click on the “CSA Information” button to the right, at the top of the page, and follow the link there (or right here!) to our “printable enrollment form” for all the particulars on share sizes, options, and pickup times and locations. It is just that easy! Feel free to call us too with your questions at: 360.466.3977.
If you’re out by La Conner (for the tulips, or any other reason) keep an eye out for our farmstand opening! We’ll be sprucing it up for the season here in the next couple weeks, and after a couple days of dusting and painting, we’ll have all the local spring bounty we can lay our hands on in there for your culinary endeavors!
From all of us at Hedlin Farms, enjoy the spring!