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There Grows The Neighborhood

It’s been so busy that posting regularly to my blog has been challenging to say the least, so I hope you all can bear with me and my sparse posts. I have been doing nothing but focusing on working about the farm and developing it in an attempt to create a lasting model for what suburban farming can be, with some effort. This is going to be a short post in terms of  writing, but I hope powerful with pictures, progress, and imagery.

The Silver Queen corn is springing up!

Here is just a beautiful profile picture of Farmer C’s corn, it’s really dramatic to see a corn filed in the suburbs; in fact, the neighborhood simply cannot believe that their are suburban farms in San Jose, CA, but here we are!

Silver Queen profile, modeling the latest in white picket fence couture-that’s hot!

In the upcoming posts, I’ll show you all the scarecrow Farmer C built and the organic peppers, heirloom  tomatoes, and eggplants that are coming ripe at Yummy Tummy Farms!

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