A Second Spring

I love fall planting; after spring it’s my second favourite time of the year!

As you can see I’ve added some Rhubarb swiss chard, more kale, Canary Yellow swiss chard, radicchio, some Paris Island romaine and some Rouge D’Hiver romaine, which as the name suggests, is resistant to cold and makes an excellent fall and winter crop.

My spinach has reseeded on it’s own, but if yours hasn’t, you can still direct sow arugula and spinach seeds right into your soil and they will produce for you over the coming months.

This 25 foot branch came flying at us during last weeks’ storm:

Up next:canning!

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4 Responses to A Second Spring

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  3. Granny says:

    Was drawn to this post on this frigid Vermont afternoon and felt a surge of warmth instantly. The vibrant colors and abundance of goodness are a reminder that winter is only temporary. I hope the absence of a new entry on your Blog means you are busy enjoying a full and cheerful Holiday Season. Wishing you a harvest of good and joy in the New Year.

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