What’s In Season – Winter 2014

What’s In Season – Winter 2014

what’s in season

WINTER

December – February

PAINTING BY SARAH STEVENSON

December

Apples, arugula, basil (from indoor agriculture operations), beets, carrots, chard, ginger root (a Hawaiian variety from Custom Gardens in Silver Springs, Nev.), kale, lettuce mix, onions, parsley, potatoes, radishes, rutabagas, squash (winter), tomatoes (from indoor agriculture operations), turnips

January

Arugula, basil (from indoor agriculture operations), bok choy, chard, endive, frisée, kale, lettuce mix, mache, parsley, potatoes, sunchokes (also called Jerusalem artichokes), tatsoi, tomatoes (from indoor agriculture operations)

February

Arugula, basil (from indoor agriculture operations), bok choy, chard, endive, frisée, kale, lettuce mix, mache, parsley, sunchokes (also called Jerusalem artichokes), tatsoi, tomatoes (from indoor agriculture operations)

In season in California: citrus, kiwis, olives, persimmons, and pomegranates

Featured Artist

Sarah Stevenson is a photographer and mixed-media artist living in Reno. She spent most of her professional life as a registered interior designer, working in Chicago for large corporate clients. Now, Sarah facilitates an annual women’s art retreat called Create.Explore.Discover, while also creating and selling her own work through Redlinedesign. Winter is a series of images painted to share Northern Nevada and Lake Tahoe in all their winter glory. Colors of blue, green, white, and gray represent sky, land, water, and snow — all the elements of nature that help crops grow and flourish. The small blue, green, and gray rectangular areas represent seedlings breaking through the earth as they reach for the sky seeking the light they need to blossom into food that farmers will harvest. To contact Stevenson, email her at Hello@red-line-design.com.

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