Ok that is AMAZING! My blackberries were gone so long ago I cannot remember what they looked like and BAM those peppers are pretty!
That is a very photogenic pile of veggies! When in east Texas do you set those crops? I assume they are outside?First freeze predicted tomorrow...so today was a good time to harvest.
The sugar snap peas probably were the most vulnerable, but I just kept going thinning out several other plants. Cauliflower, broc., cabbage, radishes, turnips, and thinning out the carrot row.
Even found a lonely volunteer cherry tomato as a bonus.
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That is a very photogenic pile of veggies! When in east Texas do you set those crops? I assume they are outside?
Southern slow mouth rules require me to leave out verbose or woody phrases. When do you set them out-sow-transplant etc.? Sorry to "sow" confusion with my lazy ways!"Set" crops? Is that an Alabama expression? Thanks for the comment.
Carrots I start from seed in the ground when temps start to moderate in Oct. They then provide continuous supply from about Dec. as shown above to March as shown below. They, like the Long Island improved Brussels sprouts grow all fall/winter here and need to come out before temps start getting above 75 deg.
|Bonnies best cabbage(6)||Dwarf white snow pea||Cabbage stonehead||leeks|
20 pounds red potatoes
| 200 yellow 1015 onions and 100 red 1015 onions |
|Bonnies best cabbage(6)||Snap pea sugar||Chinese cabbage||brussels|
|Broc green magic(6)||Snap pea sugar sprint||Brussels long island improved||cabbage|
|Broc green magic(6)||tunips||Beet red ace||bruc|
|Cauliflower(6)||carrots||Detroit dark red beet||cauli|
|Swiss chard carrots 10/1||Spinach bloomsdale||kale|
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