This winter has been crazy! Right now it’s kinda spring, but it was 23 degrees this morning.
So what are we planting and when?
Right now we’re still planting cold season veggies in gardens with room for both. You can harvest things like broccoli and lettuces until May in certain years and that’s what we’re hoping for.
Now we can’t predict the weather… even though I have 4 weather apps on my phone, but I’m hoping to be able to plant all our spring/summer veggies the third week in March. So that’s things like tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, basil and so on. I’ll print the full list of things we’ve got going in around town that Monday.
Be warned though… These plants are cold sensitive and can be affected by prolonged periods under 45 degrees. Please protect your plants and don’t plant if a freeze is predicted.
Early March Planting
- Asian Greens
- Leaf Celery
- Mitsuba (An herb related to parsley & chervil)
- Nasturtium (A flowering edible green – used in salad mixes)
- Chrysanthemum (A flowering edible green – used young in salads and older in stir-fries)