Tag Archives: leeks
Ah, Those Early Crops!
Plot Against Hunger gardens are yielding pounds of fresh produce this spring. Among the crops are radishes from the St. Andrews garden, eight pounds of leeks from Ball Sellers House, and collards, kale and lettuce from 10th and Barton. Each … Continue reading
The Cold Frame Returns!
What a beautiful fall weekend this was! There is still lots of color still in the trees, and depending on the type of tree, lots of leaves raining down in the breeze. I spent part of two days in the … Continue reading
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Summer and Fall Mix in the Garden
After a week away, I went to the garden expecting that I would be able to harvest a few things. I was not disappointed. There is a really lovely mix of summer crops nearing the end of production and fall … Continue reading
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The Spring Garden Fills Up
Today I went to the garden to plant some leeks and onions. The garden looks wonderful after the recent rain. It seems the broccoli raab grew several inches. I have been thinning the lettuces and this has given me a … Continue reading
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