It’s been cold this week! One morning it was 19! Since we’ve been covering and uncovering the remaining vegetables in our garden, I decided it was time to pull them. Here’s what was left- turnips, radishes and a few lettuce leaves.
I turned my 2 helpers loose, and they picked it all.
We got a few good sized radishes. The turnips didn’t get big. I probably didn’t plant them early enough in August. We don’t normally eat turnip greens, but I read recently about dehyrdating them and then crushing into small pieces. this article said you couldn’t taste them in soup, and people just thought the green specks were herbs. I’m wondering if I can trick my family into eating them?
I have one lone rosebud in the Bible garden. I hope it’s open in time for Thanksgiving. And that it doesn’t die before then.
I have some peppermint still growing in the herb garden.
I transplated some into a pot to keep in the house.
Do you still having anything growing or blooming or, like me, have you given up for the year?
Here are a few links I found interesting and helpful:
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