Tuesday, September 2, 2008


Originally uploaded by alice-palace
In the bean-gining there were beans.
My beans experiment, from two packages of bean seeds 6 weeks ago, is going well. The delicious little guys are 8 inches tall.
Now is the time for folks in temperate climes to consider planting fall vegetable crops.
Kale, chard, beets, spinach mustard hybrid (Red Komutsuna), Pak choi, spinach, broccoli, cabbage, and stir fry mix, to name a few that I enjoy.
What shall I plant?
Chiogga beets look so gorgeous, with interior rings of bright pink and white, when you slice them.
What do you recommend as easy to grow for fall vegetables?

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