Category Archives: Broccolli

Cool Weather Catch Up

I’ve finally gotten started planting my cool weather crops in the greenhouse. I’m a few days behind schedule, as I was waiting for my new planting cells to arrive. [..]

Broccolli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Dirt, Endive, Greenhouse, Growing Season, New Ideas, Peas, Spring, Uncategorized

Broccoli and Cauliflower

I’ve finally gotten my first cool Broccoli and Cauliflower that I’ve grown from seed this year. I usually don’t like broccoli, but I did enjoy the few small [..]

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August Surprises

The garden is so very big that I often don’t get to see whats growing in the different area everyday, and sometimes I may miss a portion for [..]

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Playing in the Mud

You might notice that I’m not very good at weeding the garden, and I really don’t think it’s good for the soil anyway. I tend to let the [..]

Broccolli, Lettuce, Methods, People

Harvest After Dark

I’ve been working on quite a number of things which seem to consume my daylight hours, so I didn’t get to look through the garden till after 10 [..]

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Timing and Progress

I’ve been trying to expand my gardening skills to include cooler weather crops, or in other words the items that I didn’t like to eat as a child. [..]

Broccolli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage and Broccoli, Cauliflower, Cherries and Berries, Goji Berries, Growing Season, Honey Berries, Peppers, Seeds

Breaking Ground for Cold Weather Crops

I still need to call the Rototiller guy and schedule and appointment, so for now I need to work the soil the old fashioned way: By hand. I [..]

Broccolli, Cabbage and Broccoli, Cauliflower, Chard, Strawberries , , , ,

Seedlings

   

Artichoke, Broccolli, Celery, Seedlings

Cabbage and Broccoli

This years cucumbers ran out of steam a few weeks ago, and I’ve stopped weeding them. Above you can see just how quickly pigweed can overtake the garden. [..]

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