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These are watermelon radishes. They are very mild.

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Wild Arugula

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Caitlyn holding two of our giant and tasty Peina di Napoli
musque de provence Musque de Provence winter Squash m
winter squash in our yard Musque de Provence Winter Squash m
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This is winter squash family photo: from left to right: Peina di Napoli, Butternut, Rugosa, and Zucchetta Rampicante.
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This is a family of winter squash, including jack be little pumpkins, delicata and sweet dumplings, carnival, kuri, baby bear pumpkins, butternut, spaghetti squash and a cinderella pumpkin. w
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Rugosa Winter Squash, similar to a butternut, Italian variety
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Mariquita Farm's home ranch with lady bug swings and lots of winter squash.
Sweet Pea and her mom Prima enjoying the zucchetta rampicante squash along with the goats.
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Carnival Winter Squash
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These are Butternut Squash in the field right before harvest.

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Long Island Cheese Squash
Long Island Cheese Squash cut in half
Long Island Cheese Squash roasting in the oven
click to enlarge Will P. with his cat at High Ground Organics.
click to enlarge These are weeds in our field in Hollister.
These are Walla Walla Onions: they are very sweet eaten raw and can also be cooked.
click to enlarge These are Walla Walla Onion starts.

2 kinds of watercress:
left = wild: mild
right = 'regular' from greenhouse: spicier

2 kinds of watercress:
left = wild: mild
right = 'regular' from greenhouse: spicier
click to enlarge These are dried Walla Walla onions.
click to enlarge Here is Espaņa driving our White tractor, he's disking the field.
Windbreak near the Arroyo Seco A relatively young eucalyptus windbreak near the mouth of the Arroyo Seco where it joins the Salinas River, outside of Greenfield, with the snowy Santa Lucia Mountains in the background.

 



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