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Sunflowers in the garden attract the birds that also eat some of the pest we trying to get rid of.

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From the gardens, we enjoy a spendid view of Mount Monadnuck in Vermont.

Sugar Snap Peas will climb this fence all the way up. They have been a great support for the peas and we use them year after year.

Sugar Snap Peas will climb this fence all the way up. They have been a great support for the peas and we use them year after year.

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Planting in close companionship allows us to harvest the fast growing plants like lettuce and then, leave the space for slow growing plants like carrots.

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Getting advice from Steeve Turaj, a valuable New Hampshire Extension resource.

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Lupines is the flower of New Hampshire. Since our arrival in 2004, we have sown seeds and tried to reproduce them in many places.

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Our 3 high tunnels at sunset

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Hay is harvested twice every year.

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Blooming potato plants

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The beets are prepared to be stored for the winter.

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Leeks is one of our most successful crop.

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Our laying hens enjoy munching on fresh lettuce. Our eggs in the summer have a yoke that is almost orange.

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The space is maximized in our high tunnels, everything grows tall.

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Hay

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Buckwheat is planted and will be turned in to enrich the soil. Green manure is a great way to feed our soil.

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Grape tomatoes are thriving in the high tunnel

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Harvesting the carrots

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To dig for potatoes is a treasure hunt for our kids.

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The garden at the peak of the season.

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Which will be the funniest carrot?

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Flowers are a part of our gardens. They offer beauty, attract pollinators, and are used to decorate our salad plates and cake icing.

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The kids applying compost tea on yung plants. They love doing it (for 15 minutes).

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Chive is not only delicious, it also attract pollinators and offer a beautiful view.

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Made especially to space out the garlic in our raised bed, this tool is simple, easy to use and inexpensive.