It is so nice to eat fresh vegetables from the garden again! There has been a lull between the tons of peppers from the fall garden and the greens harvests that are getting started. The fall/winter garden is not nearly as lush as the summer, but the weed population is much decreased. We enjoyed nutritious turnip greens and daikon radish medallions with dinner.
It was fabulous. I could practically feel the nutrients being absorbed by my body. Greens are so good for you!
Fall gardening in Florida is pretty much like cooking in a Crock-Pot; you set it and just let it do its thing.
The growing is slow over here, but the garlic is up and the mustard is growing. I love garlic. 🙂
REMEMBER: A wise man once said, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but garlic keeps everybody away!”
The greens patch is a welcome sight among so much brown elsewhere. I don’t have high hopes for the broccoli or cauliflower, but I will leave them anyway.
I should be able to start harvesting some of the largest kale leaves soon. More yummy nutrition!
My to-do list for this month:
1. Enjoy homemade apple butter.
2. Drink hot chocolate.
4. Relax. Ha! I’m teaching again now, so that will have to wait for Christmas break.
I think that’s it. Most of my crops are already in the ground, so I’m just letting them grow.
Oh wait. I would like some pretty flowers, so maybe I’ll add another item.
6. Plant snapdragons and pansies.
How does your garden grow? Is it covered in snow, or maybe you are in Australia and gearing up for summer? What are you enjoying from your garden?