Thursday, September 15, 2011

Fall Planting Time and Gardening Class Too!

The temperatures are finally below 100 degrees
and that means we can start our fall plantings.

Oh Happy Day!

Bienvenue  L' Automne
Welcome back, we are so glad you have arrived!

Here's what we're planting this season: 
(All Heirlooms)
Early Wonder Beets
Chioggia Beets
Bulls Blood Beets
Rainbow Chard
Parisienne Carrots
Wrinkled Crinkled Cress
Tonda Di Parigi Carrots
Oak Left Lettuce
Tom Thumb Lettuce
Perpetual Spinach Swiss Chard
Corn Salad Dutch
Chantenay Carrots
White Belgian Carrots
Early Scarlet Globe Radishes
French Breakfast Radishes
Golden Beets
Sugar Ann Peas
Alaska Garden Peas

We are having a 
"Planting a Garden:  The Basics" Class
Saturday, September 24
10-11:30am
at
Boho Farm
$15
Register HERE.

Limited spots available/map will be emailed with conformation

This class will give you a foundation so you too can go
home and plant your own garden.  You will also
receive some treats to motivate you to plant now. 
Come join the fun. We'd love to have you!


Don't forget our Ramsign giveaway ends this Sunday, September 18 at midnight.
These are the enamel signs you see all over Europe--
come win one for yourself!

8 comments:

  1. You sound as excited in CA about fall as we in FL are...We have already got the corn started in trays while hubby is prepping the ground in the new garden location and I think maybe this weekend I will get the spinich seed in dirt too...and then time to poor thru some books and see what else I want to plant and PLAN PLAN PLAN.

    Blessings Kelsie

    PS: Hope you have time to pop by and see my girls with their pretty new fall feathers

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  2. I wish I could come to your class! It sounds fantastic. post plenty of pictures!!! I want to read all about it.

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  3. Sounds fabulous! I wish I lived closer. Looking forward to seeing pictures.

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  4. If I had the money to fly out there I would!

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  5. Your garden sounds like it's going to be amazing all I would need is a fork....lol. I lived in Arizona for 16 years and always thought it was to hot for all these vegetables. Love your burlap banner is there anything burlap isn't good for? Good luck with your gardens!

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  6. Fall planting that seems so strange, here in northern Michigan we had frost warnings last night. Love your porch area beautiful. Thanks for stopping by Cottage and Broome. Caroline, you were wondering about the Broome name, it is the street my daughter lived on in NYC. Hope you still get back to visit your family in Michigan. Will be your newest follower, Laura

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  7. Nice! Your varietals sound so much more exciting than mine! And you reminded me to plant radishes! Thank you! I'll try to list some of mine soon. I'm still hoping they actually sprout! Carrots have been my nemesis.

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  8. ah i would so do this but i am doing headshot day at my place!! next one for sure!! xx

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