Baby Scarecrow

06/02/2011 at 1:54 pm Leave a comment

A few days ago we posted the about the U-Pick Organic Garden’s scarecrow, Sweet Pea, having a baby. We had a nice sampling of responses. Thank you to all who contributed.

Last night Farmer David announced that the first produce was ready for picking. Time to put up our sign in the office! The sign grows as the season unfolds, listing for our guests the full multitude of what’s ripe & ready for the picking. But, oh no, the baby wasn’t here yet to hold the sign!

This morning, much to our delight, we found Sweet Pea’s baby … errr, babies …  That’s right. She didn’t have one. She had four!

The 4 Who Announce What's Ripe & Ready for Pickin

We’re proud as cucumbers to announce the arrival of Brussel Sprout, Baby Broc, Sweet Potato, and Sugar Snap.

Our readers were extremely helpful in the naming process! Thank you.

This year the garden has 3 more patches than it did last year. Last year’s garden had 3 more patches than it did in 2009. Our garden is definitely a crowd-pleaser!

For a list of what’s growing, see this earlier blog.

Come and stay … enjoy our garden! Book your site today.

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