Wednesday, April 7, 2010

An Open Greenhouse Day

Sunday, April 18th, Lee has opted to open her greenhouse doors to farm followers who would enjoy stealing a glimpse this side of the farm operation. She has been hoping to celebrate the grand opening of this newly completed structure for more than a year now. Please come between 11:00am and 5:00pm.

Tis the season of the greenhouse as plants must be started ahead of time to live out their full life cycle and produce a good crop, but cannot be set outside too early in case a late frost might take them out. This includes a full of array of chiles, tomatoes, cabbages, broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, celery, and whatever other unique varieties of vegetables Lee has opted to seed this season. Come and have a look!

If you think the outside looks fantastic (the place was carefully crafted by farm friend, Montana, in the Fall 2008-Spring 2009 period of time), come and see what is inside share in the successes of farming in the initial stages of creating annuals plants for food production.

When discovering this Tierra Event had been scheduled on the same day as the Farm Trails Spring Tour, we then opted to join up with the existing event. Take the full spring tour of Sonoma County farms with Farm Trails and make a full day of it or just drop in and see us at the greenhouse at no charge.

Parking will be tricky, so just be aware. The greenhouse is located in Healdsburg at 13684 Chalk Hill Road. There will be signs attempting to clearly direct you to a parking area.

Rain or shine, it won't matter. The greenhouse is the optimal environment for plants and people and will shelter from wind, rain, frost, and any other environmental challenges.

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