Cape Gazette

TS Smith and sons still producing

Nov 07, 2013
Source: Submitted Charlie Smith is shown with his repeat-blooming strawberry plants that were being harvested into November. This weekend 9-4pm, they will be offering pick your own but with temperatures dropping near freezing, the plants will eventually stop producing fruit .

Farming is not just for the summer anymore. Many farms extend the growing season into the fall and early winter. Some vegetables such as kale and broccoli get sweeter as the temperatures dip.

Kale, cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, and turnips add to the large variety of TS Smith apples awaiting visitors to the historic farm market. (Photo by: Submitted)
Turnips are a popular fall vegetable for visitors to the market. (Photo by: Submitted)
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