Last year my garden frosted hard long before Thanksgiving. But this year, it seems like we’ll have fresh garden greens on the table.
Kathy, tasty looking greens! When do you typically plant your seeds for fall greens? The warm New England weather has been very good to us gardeners!
Gorgeous. I missed my winter planting date…so all that's coming up over here are my peas. So…um…what time is dinner, again?
Can't wait for some of those greens!! What do you think you'll do with them? I've been seeing some yummie sounding salad recipes with dried cranberries, nuts, and blue cheese, and the winter greens, etc. Of course you can vary the nuts and the cheese to suit.
Your fall greens have really done well this year. Lots of tasty selection.
tasty looking greens!
Oh whine. I covet thee greens. Hard frost one night in October here in Central Washington seriously compromised my fall crop of greens. But collards and kale still surviving. Yours are truly inspiring.
Hello from Larrapin Garden in the Ozarks. I haven't taken my usual weekly 'walks' around your garden via this blog — I missed it!! I love how you have two gardens going now! There are community gardens just getting started here in Fayetteville, Arkansas and I'm so happy about that. As usual, your blog is great inspiration. Keep up the wonderful work!
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