Everything is “Growing as Planned” at Canara Farm, since our last visit the bees have begun to help pollinate the tomatoes & the plants are really starting to develop and we even saw the very first fruit appearing amongst the leaves. The Strawberry plants... This fantastic weather in Cornwall has coincided with the start of the early season Summer fruits from Europe, this week we are seeing good levels of peaches, nectarines, apricots and the always popular flat (or doughnut peach). Flat peaches are smaller and flatter... In the fridge this morning we have these wonderful looking Strasberries. The Strasberry is a combination of the words “raspberry” and “strawberry”. It refers to a strawberry that has the genetic make-up of a strawberry, but the small size and deeply positioned seeds... Today at Canara Farm there was a very unusual box delivered, inside the box were several hundred bees. The bees will be released into our Tomato tunnel & will help to pollinate our tomato crop. As you can see from the photograph the tomato crop is already... While we can’t tell you where to find it, we have put together a seasonal guide to which Foraged Foods should be available . If you would like a printed version of this please contact us by email.