What's Coming Up in Your Kitchen Garden?

What's Coming Up in Your Kitchen Garden?

There are 2 comments on the The Daily Darien story from May 20, 2011, titled What's Coming Up in Your Kitchen Garden?. In it, The Daily Darien reports that:

This lettuce survived the winter in my garden - don't ask me how! This two-tier box is in my front garden.

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Since: Nov 10

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#1 May 21, 2011
Spinach and kale survived the winter in my garden. At this time I have tomatoes (four feet high) radishes, carrots, sweet potatoes, romaine and other lettuces, peppers rhubarb and an assortment of herbs. I also have a new hive of Mason Bees started.
The increased growth of my garden, both vegetable and flower, is the addition of fish meal. It does wonders to the soil.
we gave up

Blacklick, OH

#2 May 21, 2011
Weeds, some clover and what might be wild onions(?). We've had so much rain here in central Ohio nothing got planted. Guess the groundhog that ate our beans last year will have to look elsewhere.

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