Sustenance

We’ve been busy here at 328North working on a lot of outdoor projects, but I’ve managed to get a jump start here in our zone 5a.  If there is any advice I can give to other gardeners is to PLAN.  Being organized and prepared allows us here to have food that last us through the next growing season.  We’ve been lucky enough to still be eating produce we’ve preserved, froze or have stored in the cellar.  Here are some of our seedlings, starts, and perennials we have coming up so far.

 

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Asparagus (planted 2014)
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purple magnolia snap pea
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Thom Thumb peas (bush)
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Magestic & Laxton’s Progress peas (vine/shell)

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Elephant garlic
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shallots
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German purple garlic (hardneck)
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purple majestic Kohlrabi
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California early garlic (soft neck)
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Rhubarb (planted 2014)
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Brussel Sprouts
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Brunswick cabbage
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Calabrese Broccoli
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Arugula
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Radish (watermelon, cherry bell, French rose)
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starts in the greenhouse
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Tomatoes (Yellow Icicle)
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lemongrass (planted 2015)

 

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