The winter garden is still giving us small bits of edibles here and there. Radishes – that really needed to be picked earlier, but oh well – and carrots! They are ugly, stunted carrots, but here in Florida we will take what we can get. And the kale! Out of my garden? I’ve longed for garden-fresh kale for years now. It kept freezing, even the Siberian kale. The kale and carrots went into a stew, and the radishes were on the side with butter.
We also managed to show extreme self-restraint and managed to bring some sugar snap peas home with us instead of devouring them off the vine.
I’ve started bringing my summer starts out to get used to their permanent home. They are all doing very well. I watered them with some Desert Dynamin clay mixed into the water after bringing them out, and I think they liked that a lot. Notice all the flowers starts! I hope it is a beautiful garden this year.
There are many more tomato starts to bring out still. I even custom started some tomatoes and peppers for my neighbors down the street.
Planting time is coming up this weekend!