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Category Archives: Spring
This winter has been in sharp contrast to last, with hardly any snow. Last year at this time we still had large piles. Our first bloom year was a snowdrop, followed by a winter aconite on March 10th. A few … Continue reading
Sorrel, over-wintered leeks, asparagus & egg harvested last week
The snow is finally gone from garden beds and from the paths. There is lots of clean up to be done that wasn’t done last fall. These seedlings are out on the deck hardening off. Hopefully the garden beds will … Continue reading
Our garden is still snow covered, but we have green sprouts inside. I took advantage of the 30 degree temperatures and sun yesterday to work on pruning some of our fruit trees. This is where the 1-2 feet of compacted … Continue reading
Spinach & Kale from the cold frame last week, and a few volunteer garlic shoots. Thank goodness for overwintered greens! See other harvests at Daphne’s.