Monday, October 5, 2009

Newly-sown flats

I'm hoping I'll get some transplantable seedlings out of these newly sown flats. I seeded Even Star arugula and collards, spinach, mache (very cold hardy), Siberian kale, and winter hardy lettuces.

It's nuts, of course. We could get a frost any time (on average Oct. 15), or it could be above freezing through late November or early December.

I've got my cold frame ready, though, for these flats.

2 comments:

  1. A good gardener can never be kept down. Just get out the cold frame.

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  2. What a beautiful gardening blog!
    I would love to add your blog to my list of favorite Gardening Links.

    Robert Mader
    GrandBob
    http://grandbobsgarden.blogspot.com

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