The Overwintered Garden

New growth is the name of the game in March.  Until now, winter gardeners were mostly harvesting the stored fortunes of the previous growing season.  The Brussels sprouts, kohlrabi, cabbage, parsnips, and rutabagas put their future in stored nutrition in the form of tightly curled leaves, and oversized stems and roots. But with the longer... Continue Reading →


Winter Greens

With a couple of beautiful days this weekend, we are back to unseasonably dry winter weather. The temperatures squeaked up to almost 50 F both days, so the bees were flying a little. We are still eating lots of things from the garden.   Earlier in the week, Ellen picked about a bushel of collard... Continue Reading →

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