The garden is doing pretty good. We've had a few nights that we've had to cover our plants because the temps have dropped below freezing. Not much below freezing but enough to scorch the edges of leaves that don't get covered.
We've enjoyed fresh broccoli, lettuce, beets, kale and swiss chard. But our cabbage is not doing very well.
the cauliflower that a friend gave to me back in October. Big, beautiful plants but no heads are forming. I have no idea what's going on. My friend's haven't formed heads yet either. I guess they were bad seeds but we're going to just let them grow until we need the bed. No one is too terribly sad that cauliflower will probably be another epic fail.
tomatoes just in time for pizza night each week.
I really enjoy fall gardening, it's so much more laid back than spring gardening for me. I'm trying to enjoy the last few weeks before I need to start seeds and plant fruit trees. Spring comes early around here.
How's your garden coming along?
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