Too small to see yet are the Red Russian Kale, Lacinto, and carrot sprouts. The spinach is hiding to the right of the post.

Freshly compost mulched and watered: the bigger cabbages, broccoli, Brussels, rutabaga, and some peas not perpetually topped by the rabbits.

It was a glorious weekend and this garden visit capped it off nicely.


2 comments on “Overlook.

  1. Sheryl says:

    Your garden looks lovely. It’s still going to be a few months until I plant anything. Everything is buried in snow here.

    • plumdirt says:

      Winter is mild here so if the varieties don’t mild frost for a night here or there, and one is patient with the slow growth from less daylight, it’s a nice season.
      Our “dead season” is late July/mid-September when new plantings would simply gasp and croak.

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