Regardless of how we’re spelling it, this cool weather veggie is great in stir fries, and we had one of these beautiful plants in our stir fry last night.
Some of the other cool weather crops are getting close to harvest size, too. I know that plenty of gardeners would already have harvested some lettuces from my lettuce plants by now, and also some of the spinach, but I like for the leaves to be larger and sturdier.
The broccoli is starting to make tiny heads, too. If I had noticed their progress earlier – before dusk – I would have taken a photo to add to the post.
After the (late) tour to check on how the garden was doing and picking peppers for tonight’s (late) supper, I planted some veggies that I had bought for a demonstration for work. There was one kale (Winterbor hybrid), one cilantro, and nine or so Red Sails lettuces, all of which I planted by streetlamp-light. There are some tiny new broccoli plants still to go, and I’m hoping to get those planted after work tomorrow.
Hope everyone else’s gardens are doing well!