Here’s Ryan harvesting some cutting celery, another ingredient of my green juice. This hardy annual can be used in place of celery and is easier to grow. The fine green leaves and thin hollow stems are especially good to flavor soups and stews.
Photos from her food producing greenhouse
Martha Up Close and Personal Blog
Feb 7, 2017
My expansive outdoor vegetable garden is bare, but I’m fortunate to have lots of wonderful vegetables growing in the ground in a special greenhouse located behind my Equipment Barn. As many of you know, its design was inspired by Eliot Coleman, an expert of four-season farming.
My head gardener, Ryan McCallister, does a great job with succession planting and keeping the produce coming. Last week, he picked a good harvest for me to share with my daughter and grandchildren. I find it so gratifying to have fresh, organic produce available in the middle of winter.