|I have one cabbage that made it past the grasshoppers and birds from last fall so I planted more cabbage and cauliflower in this bed.|
|This bed is planted with collard greens for the chickens.|
|This bed is planted with turnips, rutabagas, beets, radishes and snow peas along the trellis in the back of the picture.|
I watered everything well and then covered with plastic to help the seeds germinate.
|The other half of this bed I planted with broccoli.|
Today, we have sproutage! YAY!!
I really haven't been gardening for very long and it always gives me a sense of satisfaction and thrills me deep in my soul when I plant seeds and they grow into wonderful FOOD that will nourish our bodies! Nature is truly amazing!
I'm linking up with Heidi and her Country Garden Showcase at My Simple Country Living.
For all of you who think you can't garden in the dead of winter (like we can here in the high desert), check out my previous post Grow Your Own Sprouts. Talk about a "gardening" project with almost immediate gratification! All these lovely sprouts took less than a week to grow! :)