February Update

Here’s a few pictures of whats happening in the garden..

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Daffodil buds are showing…

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Celery transplants are still there..( I started this blog a few days ago and since then we’ve had some unusually  cold temperatures,  the only loss in the garden was the celery ..I should have used some frost cloth, maybe it’ll recover… In the meantime there are more signs of life ..

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Lemons are staying toasty with a little help…

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Salad Burnet has nice new growth

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Swisss Chard recovering from the frost…

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January King Cabbage

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Small Broccoli Shoots  

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& Greens…

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Rhubarb Crowns

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Taller Garlic Greens

There is plenty of work to do to, like…cleaning up

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my least favorite task 😉

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Looking forward to Seedy Saturday this weekend for some fun garden inspiration….

If you’re interested you can read about it here

Seedy Saturday

6 thoughts on “February Update

  1. Everything looks so lovely. 🙂 I tried to think of something to post today that would be lovely, and all I could find was some moist dirt…the snow has melted and it was a warm 58 today. I did prune my roses and fruit trees, but that isn’t pretty. I so enjoy the beauty of your garden. 🙂

    1. not everything looks nice, we have a lot of wet soggy soil, it takes a long time to dry, the raised beds help with drainage so the veggie beds are doing ok. 🙂

    1. I know , you would think we would be in a deep freeze like the rest of the country, the price we pay is more grey skies and lots of rain….I dont mind 🙂

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