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Fall Harvest from Austin Garden November 9, 2009

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I have lots of things ready to harvest in the garden now, radishes, lettuces, spinach, I’m still picking tomatoes and peppers, and I need to harvest the bok choy.   Since we can grow greens all winter, I’ll re-seed for spinach where the bok choy was, and reseed for lettuce as well for a continuous supply.  The order form is up and running for ordering onion sets from Dixondale Farms, and I just placed my order which will ship mid-December.  By then, I will have pulled up the pepper plants and the tomato plants will be long gone, so I’ll have room to get the onions in.

 

4 Responses to “Fall Harvest from Austin Garden”

  1. Sandra Says:

    I am happy to hear someone is having some success to grown spinach. I have been trying to grown Burpee spinach bloomsdale long standing, but I have not had much luck. What type of spinach are you going?

    I planted some radishes almost a week ago. Keep your fingers crossed.

    Also, I tried to post some pictures on your blog, but I am unable to do so. I would like to show you some of my harvest success.

    Thank you.

    Sandra

    • Hey Sandra. My spinach is from seeds and they were Burpee as well, I’m not even sure what variety, but it wasn’t anything fancy. I’d love to see your pictures. You can email them to me if you want.

  2. Sandra Says:

    Can you send me your email address so I can send you some pictures from my harvests?

    Thank you.
    Sandra


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