I’d felt a bit dejected over the fact that none of my little greenhouses had shown signs of life. So, today I decided to move them to a more exposed area with more sunlight. As I was doing this I noticed green. I thought, “Could it be?”. Sure enough one little flat of all the ones I planted has sprouted. Want to know the kicker? I don’t know what the heck it is. No, not because I didn’t label it. I most certainly did label it. The seeds, when I received them, were marked ‘UNKNOWN VEGGIE’. Can you believe it? I finally have a sign of success and I don’t know if the plant is broccoli, cauliflower or chard! It’ll be fun figuring it out I guess.
Winter Sowing Experiment’s First Sprouts
Tired of Being Buried in Snow? Time To Plan for Spring
So far this is the 5th coldest and snowiest winter on record in the United States. There hasn’t been a state in the continental US that’s been spared the fearsome
Prepare for Next Year’s Garden Now With A Straw Bale Garden
Most gardens in the North and Midwest of the country are already asleep for the season. There may be a few cool season plants, like kale, hanging on for dear
The first fall snow and still in the garden :-)
Â 11/6/2007 Incredibly, it snowed today.Â It was just a light dusting, but just enough to remind you that winter is just around the corner.Â It has been so unseasonably