Photos Visit our Instagram Page to get the latest photos! It always feels like a little miracle when the seeds actually germinate. First Harvest of Easter Egg and D’avignon radishes for Izanami Summer Salad rotation sprouting. Beans! We always need a helping hand. Paul harvests Spring Onions at our Umami Garden. The beauty of dirt and delicious. Commute. Nasturtiums – the queen of the edible flower. Can it really be a garden without the occasional pest (or two…or 20). We aim to keep our gardens in balance by strengthening our plants and soils. Fennel flowers, snapdragons, pansy, and marigold: our Mild Mix edible flowers add color and joy to any plate. Food is our passion, flowers are our joy. Leaf, Petal & Pod plant starts. Available for order in the Spring. Summer Garden at our Umami site. A little bit goes a long way; maybe not the biggest garden site, but we pack it full of life! A wholesale harvest for Izanami. Skinning the High Tunnel. Reaching to the sun. Leaf, petal & pod, the literal interpretation. Nasturtium are one of our favorite plants. The leaves are luscious and tasty, the flowers beautiful and flavorful, the seed pods are crisp and spicy! Cucumbers doing the hard work of photosynthesis. Growing food requires that you be a superhero. We have second jobs, families, and self-care that we try to squeeze into the mix! Bean flowers. Briton Shiso – great for teas and floral arrangements. Summer-started kale to bring us through the fall. Liza and Brigid. Veggies: delicious and inspirational! Art by Liza. Our CSA Sweet Soul Superdank Box. Ferments! Kombucha! Veggies! Flowers! Food for the soul and the tummy. Squash blossoms and frisee, part of our weekly harvests in the Summertime. High tunnel growing! Before there was a high tunnel…there was a stairway. Daikon Sprouts, anyone? Just one of the many specialty items we offer for our wholesale customers. Fresh field ready for cultivating. GERM! Grow! Squash blossoms are so cheery and such a great way to use all that the squash plants have to offer. The last 2017 frost. Fine for the lettuce, not so much for the tomatoes. Mountain squash. Strawflowers adding color and vibrancy to our days. Blanched frisee. Liza and Brigid admiring some brassicas at an LPP garden site. Umami Garden Sunflowers. We tie our frisee for a few days before harvest to help the inner leaves blanch light green and white. Mild Mix edible flowers. Bee Balm – hardy, fragrant, and a favorite of our local pollinators. I guess you could say the squash like it here. Umami Garden. Bean Flowers add so much color and flavor to our Mild Mix of edible flowers. Fennel reaching to the mountain sky. Bouquets for days! Yellow Crooknecks getting growing. Radishes ready to be washed We use a variety of practices to help us grow our soil including different mulches. Yellow Crooknecks. Bringing abundance and food to your garden. How do you like to eat your zucchini? We like ours all kinds of ways, including with maple syrup, chocolate chips, and einkorn flour. Tender babes making it in the cold Spring. A Spring garden at our Umami site. Eat your flowers! The LLP ladies keeping plants warm in the winter. So pretty, but so not what we want in our garden. We like all flowers but get a special kick out of the ones that are the size of our heads. Lavender: lovely to see and lovely to smell. Liza’s canine daughter and Brigid’s human daughter helping out. Diversity is one of the keys to garden happiness. Chard shares a bed with Sunflowers. First salad harvest of the 2017 season. Healthy starts make healthy gardens! Beets getting snugly at our Umami Garden.