Thursday, December 29, 2016

November/December Vegetable Shoot

 It was such a bountiful November and December with for the most part very friendly weather! 

cheddar cauliflower

cheddar cauliflower, kohlrabi, broccoli heads and side shoots, arugula, peppermint swiss chard, purple cauliflower


tat soi, brussels sprouts, baby bok choi, lettuce, romanesco, krussels, and onions



triangle cabbages and eucalyptus

veggies in the snow!

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  1. November/December is basically winter season in most countries. I think this times is important for vegetable garden. Hope people will like your post who love gardening as like me.

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