For many people, just the mention of Brussels sprouts seems to bring about a look of disgust. Chances are they were probably forced to eat a boiled, mushy version of them as a child, and swore that they would never eat them as an adult. If you are one of those people, and you didn’t grow Brussels sprouts in your garden last year because you hate them, I challenge you to grow them this year.Read More
Overwintering this cold-hardy green is easy! For successful overwintering, it is important that you thin your spinach to decrease competition between plants and increase air circulation. Once your spinach has developed 3 sets of leaves, thin seedlings to 4-6” apart. If you end up pulling out lots of healthy looking seedlings and have more room in your garden, transplant them to increase your fall and early spring harvest! You can always pull them out when you need to make room for spring crops.