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Posted 4/20/2017 7:53pm by Betsy Austin.

Happy Earthday!!!

Third veggie pickup of the 2017 season is this coming Saturday..April 22nd..9:00 am to noon!! 

tomorrow is the third harvest of the season..we will see if we are back in the swing of things!! The weather last Saturday was nice and pleasant..a bit cool in the shade but nice out in the sun. It was nice and sunny and quite warm this week up until yesterday..was quite cloudy off and on with a pretty sharp breeze..this morning it was quite crisp..we had a bit of a freeze. We had run the sprinkler overnight in the black raspberry patch..this morning it was so pretty in the early morning sun..water was all frosty and frozen!! It has been cloudy with a definite chill to the wind most of the day..looks like we will get a slight freeze tomorrow night. Next week looks to be quite sunny and warm up until about Thursday or Friday..looks like we may be harvesting in the rain!! And boy do we need the rain..it is quite dry. Saw the first red flag warning for the season today..it is for the Paradox valley...seems way early to be worried about wildfires!!

Spring continues..More apples are blooming..pears and plums seem to be about finished..currant are blooming their heads off..currant blossoms are not real showy but are pretty in their own way. Wish flowers{what my great niece calls dandelions are blooming and adding some vibrant yellow to the landscape..they are also an early season food source for our beneficials and pollinators. Blackberries are just starting to leaf out..they got just a bit nipped last week. This Saturday is earth day..please plant a plant for our hardworking pollinators{honeybees, bumblebee, a number of different species of native bees and more!!}..they need all the help they can get!! FYI without our various pollinators to pollinate our plants we would not have a whole lot to eat!!

Rhubarb is going nuts!! This week can we everyone share their favorite things to do with Rhubarb with the face book group????

The high tunnel is just going nuts!! You can just barely tell where we harvested last week!! Started getting the beds in the low tunnel ready for tomatoes and sweet potatoes.

This week was all about outdoor adventures..pruning a few more black raspberries..I'll sure be happy when we get them done..they are vicious!! We also worked on getting a few beds ready to plant..and Tuesday and Wednesday we planted cabbages and kohlrabi..just in time for it to get cold last night..other than a bit wind whipped so far they look just fine!! Evan{one of our work share folks} has also been working on getting the drip ready to go and repairing some trellises. And all those plants we moved last week..well most of them are looking great..peppers are hesitant about getting going in their new space but everything else seemes very happy!! And I am working on filling all the space we made..so far I have managed to turn three seedling flats into about 10 flats of transplants!! I also seeded flats of calendula, nasturtium, malabar spinach, and okra.

If you haven't checked out the website or our facebook group, please do..it is so cool!! We would like feedback as well!!  www.circleagarden.com  there is a link to facebook on the homepage.   

I am in search of interns, a couple more work share folks, and volunteers for the coming season..if you know anyone who might be interested please have them call me{970-249-9725..ask for Betsy}

We are 0 weeks out from that first veggie pickup!!  Our CSA is not full yet so if you are still interested in fresh veggies we are still taking signups.  Please take a few minutes to go to the website to sign up for another season of amazing goodies!! Please go to www.circleagarden.com 

What is available for the CSA this week?

This is my best guess on Thursday evening..sometimes we can't really tell just how ready a crop is for harvest until we get in there to harvest it..

Food safety reminder!! Please remember that none of are veggies are considered ready to eat..We chill them to get the feild heat out and remove a bit of soil. Please wash your veggies before you eat them!!

From the high tunnel

Swiss chard, kale, fava greens, bok choi, yakina savoy, tokyo bekana, mustards, endive, escarole

salad greens, arugula,  radishes, turnips, and herbs 

From the great out of doors

green onion, leeks, burdock root{gobo}, rhubarb, horseradish, lovage, angelica

NOTE: we have a line on a local source for eggs..one of our CSA member's dad raises chickens just down the road..have more info this week..The grower is Don Arnold at lower 48 farm..just over on Kinikin Road. They are free range and supplement their all natural feed ration with a goodly variety of bugs and weeds. We will have a few here at the farm for Saturday pickup.

Hope you are all enjoying this spring weather as much as we are!!

Looking forward to seeing all of you on Saturday!!

Betsy, Terry, Jeanne, and all of us here at Circle A

Posted 4/15/2017 5:07pm by Billie McClure.

Thanks Terry for taking yet more beautiful pictures of the offerings from the expansive Circle A Garden! You can find these new photos under Member Links!

Posted 4/13/2017 7:14pm by Betsy Austin.

Happy Springtime in the Rockies!!!

Second veggies pickup of the 2017 season is this coming Saturday..April 15th..9:00 am to noon!! 

Tomorrow is the second harvest of the season..We are slowly getting back into the swing of things!!..It is amazing how many tiny details we forget over the winter!! The weather for our first veggie pickup last week was much better than we anticipated..a bit cloudy but no rain or snow..quite a bit of wind late in the morning and into the evening. Sunday and Monday were a mix of sun and clouds..and three whole drops of rain!! Cold..down into the low 20's Sunday night..into the low 30's Monday night. The rest of the week has been fairly sunny..lots of haze though..highs in the 70's..lows in the 40's. Next week looks like it will bee off and on again clouds..a very slight chance of rain and a couple of chillier nights.

Spring continues..several of the early apples are blooming..they may have gotten a bit nipped Sunday night..red pear is blooming..and you know those plums that snuck up on us?..well, I think it was only the south side of them that bloomed..they are really blooming now. Peas are just a hair bit bigger this week. Beets got hit hard the other night..they look very sad. A bit of the lovage and a few stalks of the rhubarb got frozen. Garlic is really coming up now. You should hear the frogs singin' down in the pond!!

The high tunnel is just going nuts!! You can just barely tell where we harvested last week!! Started getting the beds in the low tunnel ready for tomatoes and sweet potatoes.

This was the week of moving a gazillion flats of transplants!! Monday was the day!! I started early in the honey house giving haircuts to the alliums and herbs and fertilizing everything..giving them all a pep talk before they went out on the hardening off bench. Terry and Rylan started moving peppers, tomatoes, and eggplants out to the prop house and we got them all fertilized..they appreciated the move very much..I think they have just about doubled in size already. When Evan got here he helped move all the honey house babies out so that we could move more flats in..at this point the "prop" house off the house is almost empty but I am rapidly starting to fill it back up. Thank you everyone!!

Outdoor adventures this week were mostly about watering things that the wind dried out Saturday and getting started on the black raspberry patch. Well and watching the birds do their thing and watching and listening to all the pollinators going nuts in the fruit trees!!

If you haven't checked out the website or our facebook group, please do..it is so cool!! We would like feedback as well!!  www.circleagarden.com  there is a link to facebook on the homepage.   

I am in search of interns, a couple more work share folks, and volunteers for the coming season..if you know anyone who might be interested please have them call me{970-249-9725..ask for Betsy}

We are 0 weeks out from that first veggie pickup!!  Our CSA is not full yet so if you are still interested in fresh veggies we are still taking signups.  Please take a few minutes to go to the website to sign up for another season of amazing goodies!! Please go to www.circleagarden.com 

What is available for the CSA this week?

This is my best guess on Thursday evening..sometimes we can't really tell just how ready a crop is for harvest until we get in there to harvest it..

Food safety reminder!! Please remember that none of are veggies are considered ready to eat..We chill them to get the feild heat out and remove a bit of soil. Please wash your veggies before you eat them!!

From the high tunnel

Swiss chard, kale, fava greens, bok choi, yakina savoy, tokyo bekana, mustards

beta greens, lettuces, baby pak choi, radishes, herbs and maybe some turnips

From the great out of doors

green onion, leeks, burdock root{gobo}, rhubarb, horseradish, lovage

NOTE: we have a line on a local source for eggs..one of our CSA member's dad raises chickens just down the road..hopefully I will have more details about how they are raised..need to know how many folks are interested and how many you can use in a week.

Hope you are all enjoying this spring weather as much as we are!!

Looking forward to seeing all of you on Saturday!!

Betsy, Terry, Jeanne, and all of us here at Circle A

Posted 4/9/2017 3:55pm by Billie McClure.

Again, the big thanks go to Terry for the great photos. Our first CSA pickup of the 2017 season was a success. Here are some photos of what you might have missed if you haven't signed up for your 2017 membership. 

Posted 4/6/2017 7:57pm by Betsy Austin.

Happy Springtime in the Rockies!!!

First veggies pickup of the 2017 season is this coming Saturday..April 8th..9:00 am to noon!! 

Tomorrow is the first harvest day of the season!! This week has been another springtime in the rockies week. The weekend was mostly cloudy and cool..not so much rain as last week..a slight skiff of snow Tuesday morning. Highs in the 40's and 50's..lows in the 30's until Tuesday night..24 degrees then. By Wednesday the sun was mostly back..chilly Wednesday but much warmer today. Looks like we have another sunshiny day tomorrow but another storm is moving in on Saturday. Sunday and Monday look to be cloudy and chilly but sun will be back by mid-week again.

Spring continues..lilac buds may have gotten frozen Tuesday night..peas are barely coming up..blackberries are barely budding..apple trees are starting to leaf out..and still more weeds are coming up!!

The high tunnel is looking awesome!! Lots of goodies ready for harvest in the morning. We got quite a bit of weeding done Early in the week..Thanks Sally for coming out Saturday and pulling tons of weeds!!

This next week we need to move another bunch of seedlings out to the honey house..after we kick a bunch of stuff out onto the hardening off bench. We waited a few days so we wouldn't have to move them all back in on that 24 degree night!! Peppers and eggplant I started last week are coming up nicely..started tomatoes for outdoors.

Outdoor adventures this week were mostly about getting the red raspberry patch ready for the season..we weeded and fertilized them and hopefully they won't need much attention until June or so when we start making sure they are in the trellis. This week was also about getting ready for the CSA pickup on Saturday..getting the shade cloth dropped in the veggie shed getting it cleared out ready for action on Friday..washing bins..raking and picking up in the the CSA area..going through the checklist and making sure we have things like rubber bands to bunch greens, batteries for the scales, salad bags, green scrubby things for washing bins as well as vinegar and soap..and the list goes on of lots of little things that don't seem like much until you don't have them in hand when you need them!! Mom and I were also able to go out and do a bit of weeding in the rhubarb patch.

If you haven't checked out the website or our facebook group, please do..it is so cool!! We would like feedback as well!!  www.circleagarden.com  there is a link to facebook on the homepage.   

I am in search of interns, a couple more work share folks, and volunteers for the coming season..if you know anyone who might be interested please have them call me{970-249-9725..ask for Betsy}

We are 0 weeks out from that first veggie pickup!! The first veggie pickup will be April 8. Our CSA is not full yet so if you are still interested in fresh veggies we are still taking signups.  Please take a few minutes to go to the website to sign up for another season of amazing goodies!! Please go to www.circleagarden.com 

What is available for the CSA this week?

This is my best guess on Thursday evening..sometimes we can't really tell just how ready a crop is for harvest until we get in there to harvest it..

Food safety reminder!! Please remember that none of are veggies are considered ready to eat..We chill them to get the feild heat out and remove a bit of soil. Please wash your veggies before you eat them!!

From the high tunnel

Swiss chard, kale, fava greens, bok choi, yakina savoy, tokyo bekana, mustards

salad greens, arugula, radishes, herbs

From the great out of doors

green onions, overwintered beets, horseradish, lovage

Hope you are all enjoying this spring weather as much as we are!!

Looking forward to seeing all of you on Saturday!!

Betsy, Terry, Jeanne, and all of us here at Circle A

Posted 4/1/2017 12:16am by Billie McClure.

Thank you Terry for the new pictures. You can find them under Member Links and then Newest Happenings and More New Stuff. Once we start harvesting for the pick-up days, we will be doing our best to update that every week with what will be available in a share! 

Posted 3/31/2017 6:40pm by Betsy Austin.

Happy Springtime in the Rockies!!!

First veggies pickup of the 2017 season is next Saturday April 8th..9:00 am to noon!! I am making my list and checking it twice..if you are not on my list we won't be harvesting any of our awesome veggies for you on Friday!! So please go to the website to sign up for our CSA and get on my list!!  www.circleagarden.com   I will be finalizing the first weeks list on Thursday morning..any signups after that will need to wait until the following week to pick up veggies..thanks

Tomorrow is the first of April..no foolin'!! And it has been a springtime in the rockies week!! Saturday we had sun early..then clouds, but no rain until late night..my nice gentle overnight rain..Sunday we had clouds and hail then some sun..Monday was one of those days where we didn't know whether it was going to rain or shine..another nice gentle overnight rain..Tuesday was and Wednesday were both on and off days..Thursday started out cloudy and cool but was sunny and warm about mid-morning..cloudy later and today was off and on. Temps have been cooler..highs mostly in the 50-60's lows in the mid 30's, Looks like this will continue until mid-week. 

Spring continues..lilac buds are getting bigger..I don't think they are going to be as spectacular as they were last year..way fewer buds. Apricots..well I don't think they got frozen yet but that hail on Sunday knocked a lot of stuff off the trees..can't tell if they have set any fruit yet..they are way up in the tree and I can't see that far!! Rhubarb and lovage are just shooting up..I think they have both grown a foot this week!! Willows are blooming..and a disturbing number of weeds are popping up all over!!

The high tunnel is definitely looking tasty!! It looks like we will have swiss chard, kale, bok choi, yakina savoy, tokyo bekana, mustards, fava greens, radishes, salad greens, arugula, chives, and oregano for our first harvest. This week we transplanted the last succession of greens and seeded radishes, salad and beta greens, arugula, and some more of that baby pak choi. Today I transplanted another 100 lettuces..I just have about 50 to go. We have also gotten some weeding done off and on..plan on doing more the next few days.

Terry moved 20 more flats of transplants over to the honey house..and we transplanted about 10 flats into the high tunnel..unfortunately I have managed to fill all that space back up!!..I managed to turn 3 seedling flats into 20 flats of transplants!! As soon as it warms back up this next week we need to kick a bunch of stuff out onto the hardening off bench..some perennial herbsand alliums..maybe the artichokes and kohlrabi. Then I think we will move all the nightshades..peppers, tomatoes, and eggplant to the prophouse where I can keep them warmer if it decides to get cold. Then maybe I'll have room for more trays..broccoli,cauliflower, and lettuces are next on my list..with marigolds and basil not far behind!! Started peppers and eggplant for the great outdoors..I know I started 4 new seedling flats..but I can't remember what they were!! Sometimes I feel like the little od woman in the shoe!!

Outdoor adventures this week were all about getting peas planted, fertilizing the last of the currants and getting them all staked up for the season. This next week I need to start thinking about pruning black raspberries, weeding and fertilizing the rhubarb, and getting beds prepped for alliums..there's only about 5,000 or so of them to plant!! Some of that may end up on hold for a week..the weather is supposed to be cloudy and cool so need to spend it in the tunnel..and we need to get organized for our first harvest and veggie pickup!!

If you haven't checked out the website or our facebook group, please do..it is so cool!! We would like feedback as well!!  www.circleagarden.com  there is a link to facebook on the homepage.   

I am in search of interns, a couple more work share folks, and volunteers for the coming season..if you know anyone who might be interested please have them call me{970-249-9725..ask for Betsy}

We are 1 weeks out from that first veggie pickup!! The first veggie pickup will be April 8. Lools ;ike we will have radishes, turnips, chard, kale, bok choi, mustards, other asian greens, fava greens, salad greens and/or beta greens, oregano, and chives from the high tunnel and over wintered beets, scallions, maybe some leeks, green garlic, and lovage from outdoors. if the weather continues to be as pleasant we may also have bedding plants. IF YOU HAVE NOT SIGNED UP YET PLEASE DO..IF YOU ARE NOT ON MY LIST WE WON'T PICK ANY OF OUR AWESOME VEGGIES FOR YOU!!   Please take a few minutes to go to the website to sign up for another season of amazing goodies!! Please go to www.circleagarden.com 

Last Saturday workday will be next Saturday April 1st..no foolin'!! .If you can't make Saturdays we still need help during the week..please call and let me know when you can come out!! {this is the time of year I am most able to "run away from home" so I need to plan a bit.

Hope you are all enjoying this spring weather as much as we are!!

Looking forward to growing for you!!

Betsy, Terry, Jeanne, and all of us here at Circle A

Posted 3/24/2017 7:27pm by Betsy Austin.

Happy Equinox!!!

Here we are at spring equinox..the weather this week has been a bit more seasonal..lower temps..in the 50's and 60's during the day..in the 30's at night..more clouds..some wind..even a bit of rain!! Looks like we have more of the same continuing into next week..more rain would be nice. but we are holding our breath on the nighttime temps..would be nice not to have the fruit trees get frozen at this point!!

Sign of spring are continuing..apricots seem to be mostly done blooming..it has "snowed"under the trees the last couple days{petals are falling}..nanking cherries are in full bloom..so are the plums{they snuck up on us the other day..I'm pretty sure they were not blooming on Monday, but by Wednesday they were full open!!} We have daffodils blooming all over the place..currants are budding..the lovage is coming up..rhubarb is growing fast, it is about a foot tall now..and we had spring rain!! It smells so good!!

The high tunnel is starting to look impressive!! Plants are just popping out of the ground..including the weeds!! Hopefully we will be able to get in there for goodly amounts of time this next week while we have cooler temps and clouds..when the sun is shining so brightly like it has been, it gets too hot to work comfortably before about 10 am. We did get in there briefly yesterday and pulled a few weeds..well Mom was in there for a good bit weeding favas and lettuces..she thought the temps were just right!! Terry and I were going to start in there{we thought it was going to be cloudy and rainy most of the morning} but it was already getting pretty warm so we went and got the rest of the currents pruned then went back to the tunnel when the weather was getting cloudy and rainy..that didn't last long we weren't in there more than 1/2 hour before the sun came back.

Well, we need to kick some more plants out to the honey house!! Looks like gooseberries, a succession of scallions, and the cabbages are ready to go on out..maybe the parsely as well. Good thing because the broccoli, cauliflower, most of the greens I started last week are coming up!! Wednesday I started basil, marjoram, summer savory, and marigolds..some of them are starting to come up as well.

Outdoor adventures this week were all about getting the rest of the garlic in, getting beds ready for peas, and running the sprinkler. It was so dry and I wasn't sure Mother Nature was going to give us enough moisture..I'm still not sure..we'll see what happens this next week moisture wise..may have to expand our sprinkling adventures. It is still just a bit early to turn on the drip..it could still get cold enough to freeze all the valves..but may have to get it up and running a bit early this year.Thank you to Dee for coming out and helping prep seed beds in the pea patch!! Also thanks to our work share folks..Evan Chris, and Brenda Joyce..

If you haven't checked out the website or our facebook group, please do..it is so cool!! We would like feedback as well!!  www.circleagarden.com  there is a link to facebook on the homepage.   

I am in search of interns, a couple more work share folks, and volunteers for the coming season..if you know anyone who might be interested please have them call me{970-249-9725..ask for Betsy}

We are 2 weeks out from that first veggie pickup!! The first veggie pickup will be April 8. Lools ;ike we will have radishes, turnips, chard, kale, bok choi, mustards, other asian greens, fava greens, salad greens and/or beta greens, oregano, and chives from the high tunnel and over wintered beets, scallions, maybe some leeks, green garlic, and lovage from outdoors. if the weather continues to be as pleasant we may also have bedding plants. IF YOU HAVE NOT SIGNED UP YET PLEASE DO..IF YOU ARE NOT ON MY LIST WE WON'T PICK ANY OF OUR AWESOME VEGGIES FOR YOU!!   Please take a few minutes to go to the website to sign up for another season of amazing goodies!! Please go to www.circleagarden.com 

Special Workday tomorrow March 25..9 am to noon.. we will be planting peas if the weather is not precipitating..otherwise we will be working in the high tunnel.

Last Saturday workday will be next Saturday April 1st..no foolin'!! .If you can't make Saturdays we still need help during the week..please call and let me know when you can come out!! {this is the time of year I am most able to "run away from home" so I need to plan a bit.

Hope you are all enjoying this spring weather as much as we are!!

Looking forward to growing for you!!

Betsy, Terry, Jeanne, and all of us here at Circle A

Posted 3/24/2017 7:08pm by Billie McClure.

A huge thank you to Terry for getting these great photos for us. You can find them under Member Links. Click on "What's New at Circle A Garden". As we get into the season, we will be updated that photo link to contain photos of what you can expect in your share for that week. 

Posted 3/17/2017 6:46pm by Betsy Austin.

Happy Saint Patrick's Day!!!

It is now mid March but the weather this week has been more like late April-early May. Abundant sunshine and record high temps. About mid 60 early in the week but the last 2 or 3 days we have been mid to high 70's..just downright hot and dry!! I have been running around in shorts and t-shirt all week even in the early morning!! While I am not missing the snow it would be nice to get a nice gentle overnight rain!! Looks like we may have a change of weather about mid-week. A bit of rain and cooler temps along about Wednesday..

The warm weather is speeding up some of the signs of spring. The apricot trees went from barely showing color on Tuesday to about 3/4 bloom today. The bees are VERY happy but I am worried about them getting frozen this next week. The maple is pretty much all done blooming and is starting to leaf out. The nanking cherries are blooming. The crocuses and siberian iris are just about through blooming, but the daffodils are budding. The buds on the apple trees are just barely starting to show green,,they start to leaf out before they bloom {apricots and cherries bloom first then leaf out}. The willows are starting to leaf out. The roses are even starting to leaf out..The buds on the lilac are swelling..

High tunnel is growing well..plants are just going nuts is all this sunshine!!  We got 5 more trays of greens and lettuces in Wednesday..just have a couple more trays of greens, another succession of lettuces and another seeding of radishes, salad greens and beta greens and it will be full to bursting until we start harvesting. aThen as the beds get empty again we will be planting warm season goodies..tomatoes, peppers, eggplant. okra and more!!

I kind of thought the prop house was a bit empty after we moved all those trays out to the honey house..well I think I have filled most of the space back up and I have more to do!! It is magic..I can take one seedling flat and turn it into 5 or 6 flats of seedlings in just a couple hours!! Didn't get to spend as much time in there as I would of liked..the weather was just too gorgeous and we had outdoor projects lined up..Today Mom and I potted up a bunch of gooseberry plants that we dug out of the currants when we pruned Monday and fed the worms{Mom has a bin of composting worms going} Looks like Sunday we will be out there again potting up lemon grass and starting more seeds..more lettuce and greens{these will be for outdoors}, the broccoli and cauliflower, and I need to check my calendar..there is something else I need to get started..maybe basil for the CSA?..I have a really severe case of CRS going on this week..good thing I have written stuff down..now if I could just remember where I put my calendar!!

This week our outdoor adventures were mostly about pruning and garlic. Monday we worked on pruning the last pink currant..and digging the gooseberries back away from it..{at some point the gooseberries are going to get a new "home"..I have several spots I can put them...just need to decide which one}. We also prunned what I think is a honey berry, an aronia{we actually found a tag on it!!} and another mystery shrub that Della planted a couple years ago. We got them all fertilized and tied up for the season..then we fertilized and tied up the nanking cherries. Just have 2 more cherries to tie up and 4 more currants to prune. On Tuesday we planted a bed of garlic..we didn't get the garlic planted last fall..first time ever..the ground went from workable to frozen solid overnight on us. This next week we will be getting another bed planted. Having never planted garlic in the spring I have no idea what it may do..I am thinking it will maybe be later to harvest{although I think day length may have something to do with how it grows and matures} and the bulbs may be smaller..It will be a learning experience!! Thursday we pruned trees..got 9 apples and a quince done..have a couple more I would like to work on, but I think it is getting too late to do much with them. {and it's not like we don't have a long list of other projects to work on!!} Tomorrow during our work day we will be getting beds ready for peas and favas.

Our website has a new look!!a new look!! Billie and Mike {my youngest niece and her hubby} have gotten it finished and set up a facebook page as well. Please check them out and give us feedback!!  www.circleagarden.com  there is a link to facebook on the homepage.   THANK YOU THANK YOU guys for getting all this set up..

I am in search of interns, a couple more work share folks, and volunteers for the coming season..if you know anyone who might be interested please have them call me{970-249-9725..ask for Betsy}

We are about 3 weeks out from that first veggie pickup!! It looks like first veggie pickup will be April 8th..I had thought maybe April 1st but I just don't think we will have enough stuff ready. If this weather keeps up we may change that but I think most stuff needs that extra week.{on April 1st it looks like we would just have arugula, chives, chervil, and oregano and maybe radishes and turnips}On April 8th though we should have all those plus chard, kale, bok choi, mustards, other asian greens, fava greens, salad greens and/or beta greens from the high tunnel and over wintered beets, scallions, maybe some leeks, green garlic from outdoors. if the weather continues to be as pleasant we may also have bedding plants. Please take a few minutes to go to the website to sign up for another season of amazing goodies!! Please go to www.circleagarden.com 

Special Workdays for March will be the next two Saturday.. March 18 and 25..9 am to noon.. we will be getting ready to plant peas..If you can't make Saturdays we still need help during the week..please call and let me know when you can come out!! {this is the time of year I am most able to "run away from home" so I need to plan a bit.

Hope you are all enjoying this spring weather as much as we are!!

Looking forward to growing for you!!

Betsy, Terry, Jeanne, and all of us here at Circle A