But, the unseasonably warm winter weather has seen nice growth in collards and kale, which are looking great. Chard and beet greens, although a bit affected, still look good and are delicious.
A harvest tonight of mixed greens was tasty!
|collard plant in late January --looking good|
|Rosemary with collards and kale|
|red cabbage, kale, parsley, and chard|
The last two winters had prolonged cold spells that took everything out -- and I didn't have the remay covers, either.
Signs of spring are starting, too. The Ozark witch hazel in front is in full flower -- lovely -- and post-pruning is a nice small size. Crocuses have popped up in the Mormon church house lawn, and dandelions have already gone to flower. And the winter annuals are well-along in their growth, too!