Stolen moments Jan16 by plumdirt I made it to the garden after office work and before working more at home with just enough daylight to grab this guy. (And likely just a day or two before he bolted.) AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
We are loving our broccoli right now. Best season yet! Crowns, leaves, stems…there might not be anything left for compost. But I’ll try to let a couple of plants bolt so I can store the seed for the next season. Miss you, here. I hope you’re doing well. 🙂
Doing fine, just not sure how it is I’m doing all that I am or how long I can last doing it! Miss you, too.
I have ZERO luck with cole crops…but will keep trying!
Thanks! This was the only seedling the bugs or the weather didn’t kill. I think next year I need to transplant into a larger pot at least once more so the wee ones have a fighting chance. (This is why there will be zero cauliflower pictures this year…) Do keep trying! It is so rewarding when years of trying results in success!
I didn’t realize broccoli produced in winter! Interesting.
That one is beautiful.
It does in what Texas calls “winter”. I’m not sure it would where you are. I couldn’t get it to produce in spring or summer here so figured I’d give it a winter shot.