Winter garden

I have to confess, I haven’t been out in the garden that much this winter. I planted these seedlings in early May and crossed my fingers 🙂

The upside of winter gardening is that you don’t have to water it much and the plants are less prone to pests (except for snails off-course)

So, these plants have been surviving mostly on their own. Photos taken on 1st July.

Green CabbageIMG_0233

Tuscan KaleIMG_0228

Red CabbageIMG_0227

Rainbow ChardIMG_0226

Collard greensIMG_0229

English Spinach propagated by seeds.

 

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