This has been an amazing week of very lovely weather. Sunshine, blue skies, and warm temps heated up the hoop house before I got a chance to crank up the sides. That's about 100 degrees, in case you can't tell.
But no worries. Even the cole crops didn't seem to mind the warmth.
In fact, all that sunshine and warmer soil spurred the cover crop of oats, planted by classes from the Culliver Reading Center, to germinate.
While enjoying the warm weather, we harvested the zinnia seed heads.
The seeds will be part of the NECIC Seed Swap, coming up November 17 at 6 p.m. at NECIC. Be sure to come!! How great would it be to see some of your own seeds sprouting in the teaching garden?