State of greens #38

Winter has pretty much paused our gardening efforts and stunted our seedlings. I thought it was warm enough, but apparently it wasn’t. Now that the temperatures are picking up, our plants are finally taking off and look like they should. The broad beans are nearly shoulder high for me!

Unfortunately the rust or what it is exactly kept eating away at the peas and runner beans and they are basically all dead. Better luck next time.

We’ve been eating a lot of our broccoli lately, which worked rather nicely.

The cold frame has proven to be a nice place to shelter some plants from the cold and bring up seedlings for spring. It might even be a bit too hot at times with the sun shining directly on the little fellas.

And outside we’ve put some chestnuts and acorns in pots to get some trees off them.

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