Thursday, August 14, 2008

Brooklyn Farm: Colorado Branch

Farmer no. 1's mother is the original green thumb. 12 foot sunflowers in the high altitude of Colorado Springs (6,000 feet above sea level). It is more challenging to grow in higher altitudes because the temperatures are cooler and the growing season is shorter. The altitude in Brooklyn is around 100 ft above sea level, and our crops are a month ahead of Colorado crops. But we definitely don't have sunflowers like these...nice work!

2 comments:

Andrew said...

You think you're 100 feet above sea level?

Brooklyn Farm said...

Ok. We forgot to subtract our own height. The elevation is probably closer to 50 feet above sea level.