Picked up a few starts for our fall / Winter garden today. Beds are prepped and I will plant this evening. Chinese cabbage, "sweet slaw" cabbage, red cabbage, Parris island head lettuce, and artichoke.
Raised bed update. Everything looking great. Cabbages are loving the slightly cooler weather. And the peas are climbing. Soil health was my main focus with amendments of mykos and manure compost that I've been aging. It's full of life and really the richest stuff I've ever worked with.
Just a wonderfully healthy garden and your mykos manure compost is certainly doing it's magic.
Every plant looks in tip top health it would be a garden that would put a smile on my face walking out to each day.
Harvested squash and mustard greens today. All from volunteer plants. Two giant squash plants had grown up in the goat yard and the goats left it alone long enough to actually feed Us. The mustard greens were planted a few years back and we let some seed every year and it comes up in random spots so we eat it all fall and winter.
Checking on things after a bit of rain. More volunteer greens (Chinese Red mustard) Dwarf peas setting pods. English peas finally got the first flower. Artichoke doing great (first time growing. These things are awesome looking already) please ignore my bolted lettuce tower LOL
Almost time to harvest nappa cabbages. I need a good simple kimchi recipe. I have Korean flake and paste, can acquire anything else I would need like radish or ginger. Included my hand in the picture for size reference.