In the Garden: Jan. 2015

Its January and Spring is in the Air..I hope 🙂

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Its been a mild winter, so far, fingers crossed, here’s a quick look at what’s happening in the garden…

The Lime and Lemon tress have survived and have some nice looking fruit on them.

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The garlic bulbs are getting some new growth …

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Daffodils are popping up

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Rosemary is blooming

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Heathers are at their peak

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Pieris are developing some lovely color

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and the Sarcococca is covered in tiny flowers. They packs a punch of fragrance,

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that is truly delicious …especially at this time of year 🙂

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In the veggie garden we have a few items to harvest: Brussel Sprouts, Carrots, Celery, Jerusalem Artichokes, Parsley

Planted for early spring harvest are : Purple sprouting Broccoli, Cauliflower, Kale

Feb 1st is when I plan to get some seeds started, maybe a little sooner for a few onions. Have you thought about it yet?

10 thoughts on “In the Garden: Jan. 2015

  1. Green with envy in Chinook country! The garden is lovely. In chilly Alberta, I can’t think about gardening until end of April and that’s just thinking about it – lol As for planting….I wait till after the May long weekend! Wishing you could send some of your produce our way :0)

    1. Hi Lam, I didn’t have much success with the ones that I planted this year, the yield was very small and left me with only a few bulbs to try replanting.Sorry

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