Summer at Greyfield Garden
As spring turns to summer, the Greyfield Garden is bursting at the seams with ripe produce. Culinary Gardeners’ Ryan Graycheck and Maya Velasco are busy harvesting everything from heirloom tomatoes to fingerling potatoes, providing the culinary team with delicious ingredients used to feed the guests of Greyfield Inn.
Colorful swiss chard finish out the springtime harvest.
In early summer, the tomato plants start producing this sweet, juicy summer staple. By June these plants are filled with shades of reds and oranges in all shapes and sizes.
This variety of sweet red peppers includes Corno di Toro Rosso, Round of Hungary, Lipstick, and Jimmy Nardello.
Another summer favorite from the garden is summer squash and zucchini. Not only is the veggie featured in many seasonal meals, the blossoms can be stuffed with other seasonal ingredients.
From the June soil comes hearty fingerling potatoes.
Ice lettuce – these rare gems make beautiful garnishes on summer dishes.
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