It may be one of the colder, wetter, and more windy part of the year – but there’s plenty to do on the farm in January! Early, cool season veggies can begin to be sown in the cold greenhouse. The heated greenhouses are being cleaned out from last years use and being prepped for this years seedling nursery.
We’ll start growing all kinds of early medicinal plants, like Tulsi, as early as we can in the warm greenhouses to give them a head start on the growing season. By the time the frosts pass, they are ready to join the bees in the field and.
January is a great time to clean up the farm before the real work begins in Febuary – so spend your chilly days wisely and pick which projects need to most time and attention while you’ve got a little extra of both!