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'winter' in florida

Category: Heirloom Vegetables | Posted: Thu Nov 06, 2008 3:09 am

So I had yet another unproductive late summer, but the cool season is off to a good start.

I got my kid brother to till up my beds with a ton (literally!) of manure, and gave a try to some form of square foot gardening.

I planted some radishes and peas I had on hand immediately (about two weeks ago) and ordered a whole slew of heirloom seeds specially picked for Florida. they arrived last week, so I got a bunch of them in the ground on Monday, and a bunch more in today.

I should be harvesting our first radishes next week - squee!


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Frank wrote on Thu Nov 06, 2008 9:49 pm:


Sounds great! Keep us updated on the progress.





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