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Micro Mache

Corn salad is a true cold weather crop, don’t bother trying to get a head start on spring by starting seedling in doors, corn salad won’t sprout if it’s too warm. Truthfully I am not a fan of corn salad … Continue reading

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Ironic Overwintering Cabbage

Late last summer I started a multitude of overwintering cabbages, after the unusual come and go snow and chilly spring, only three lone January King Cabbage seedling were left standing. I nursed these little over wintering cabbages along in anticipation … Continue reading

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Good bye Winter Kale

It almost feels like it is going to warm up out there soon, so I figured it was time to say good bye to the winter kale before it says good bye to me and bolts. At this time last … Continue reading

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Roasted Turnip and White Bean Soup

This is a creamy, hearty, sweet soup perfect to warm up on these unusually cold February days we are having. I had kind of forgot about turnips since the fall, when I found some ready to eat in my garden! … Continue reading

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It’s Time To Plant for Spring-In Theory

After a simply splendid clear sunny weekend I couldn’t wait to get some seeds in the ground, then, most unexpectedly we got snowed on again! Everything was just starting to come to life in the garden and as I planted … Continue reading

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Winter and Overwintered Vegetables

I am still experimenting with what will and won’t overwinter here with some pleasantly surprising results! Chard. Last year’s chard burned back to the ground in November’s cold weather but now appears to be sending up new leaves! This may … Continue reading

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The Snow Garden

I guess that’s it I missed my chance, the snow is here and it seemed to have showed up particularly early this year. I don’t have anything cloched except a few spinach seedling, I was planning to get out and … Continue reading

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