Starting again. Nov6 by plumdirt Left to right: Beets you can hardly see for the sunshine, kale the cabbage loopers haven’t found yet, cimmaron lettuce sprouts shimmering, and onion starts leaning away from the wind. AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
Cimmaron lettuce is a favourite of mine too !
I’ve tried growing it a few times, and have killed it each time so far. We’ll see if the little guys make it to an edible size this time 😉
That’s your reward for the heat of a Texas summer – a second growing season!
I’ll take it! 🙂
I think fall will be much better here too. Kohrabi — a first for me — is looking really good for greens! Broccoli, beets, radishes, arugula, peas, and cushaw all proving to be strong specimens. I should have planted onion…is it too late?
I don’t know if it is. I’m not terribly strict on the “too late” in the fall planting, no matter the plant. It’s all one grand experiment anyway 🙂 Cushaw? The squash? When did you sow that? I tried it for the first time as a spring sow and got nothing.