At Serendipity Farmhouse there are two gardens dedicated to edible plants and herbs. There is also a wild flower garden that has room for edible plants if the need arises.
Additionally, there are several apple trees, a fig tree, and several strawberry plants scattered throughout the yard. We intend to expand both in terms of quantities and individual varieties during the 2019 planting season. That includes the addition of a third garden dedicated to edible plants and herbs, to be added in April.
During 2018/2019, the following items were planted in the four gardens.
|03-26||Tall Top Early Wonder Beets||3 rows||Vegetable #1|
|04-01||Curly Kale||6 plants||Vegetable #1|
|04-02||Mr. Stripey Tomatoes||5 seeds||Starter pot|
|04-09||Mary Washington Asparagus||7 plants||Vegetable #1|
|04-10||Rhubarb||1 plant||Vegetable #1|
|04-24||Italian flat-leaf parsley||1 plant||Herb|
|04-24||Patio tomato||1 plant||Herb|
|04-25||Jalapenos||2 plants||Vegetable #1|
|04-25||Mild jalapenos||2 plants||Vegetable #1|
|04-25||Cowhorn hot pepper||1 plant||Vegetable #1|
|04-27||Stringless green pod beans||2 rows||Vegetable #1|
|04-27||Monticello refugee beans||1 row||Vegetable #1|
|04-28||Monticello Peruvian zinnia||1 plant||Vegetable #1 & Mary's Garden|
|05-06||Mr. Stripey Tomato||1 plant||Vegetable #2|
|05-06||Okra||18 seeds||Vegetable #1|
|05-07||Big Beef Tomato||1 plant||Vegetable #2|
|05-09||Golden Jubilee Heirloom Tomato||1 plant||Vegetable #2|
|05-16||Basil (3 types)||1 plant each||Herb|
|05-25||Straight-neck squash||1 plant||Vegetable #1|