News from the Farmer
The last week of our 2016 CSA program is here, where has the time gone? The farm and all its hustle and bustle are starting to wind down day by day and you can feel a new season dawning. November brings many changes around Pahls, Christmas trees, garland and other fresh and festive greens begin to arrive almost on a daily basis. So, as we begin to transition once again, and on behalf of myself and all of us here at Pahls, we would like to thank every single one of our CSA shareholders for making this year possible. It has been a long journey, but a very rewarding one just the same. Here is to a wonderful last share week!
What's in your share box this week
CSA pick-up location information.
How to Assemble a Spruce Tip Pot
1. Any large pot (12″ or larger in diameter) can be used to create your spruce tip pot. Remove and discard any spent plants and potting soil from your pot. Fill your pot with sand. This is especially important if you are using glazed pots. Potting soil will not hold your tips ...