Goldy | The Stranger Lettuce in January. Yum!
The good news is that it's January, and thanks to our mild winter, my daughter and I are still enjoying occasional pickings of fresh garden lettuce, from both inside and outside my small plastic cold frame. The bad news is that so are the slugs, and without a hard freeze sometime this winter to kill insects and eggs, my garden will produce a bumper crop of pests in the spring and summer.
Goldy | The Stranger Peas, kale, potatoes, and beans, happily coexisting in one messy garden bed. There can be something satisfying about orderly rows of lettuce or leaks symmetrically spreading across a neatly groomed garden bed. B... Read Post
Goldy | The Stranger Various kales, collards, and mustards ready to harvest from my backyard garden. One of the pleasures of gardening in the gray, wet, but typically mild climate of the Pacific Northwest, is the winter garden. Weat... Read Post