Monday, February 15, 2010

Harvest Monday - truancy...

I could have taken a picture of some of my snowed over greens, or the sage bravely sticking branches out of our unusually light snow load or a root but instead I wrote about cabbage - see below. If you are hankering for a harvest monday installment, see Daphne's Dandelion (who writes about soil blocking - guess it's that truancy time of year) for links to garden bloggers in attendance.

In other exciting news, my interview with Greg from Mapple Farms, supplier of short season sweet potatoes, rare tubers and seeds will be posted soon!

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My old blog posting on growing Sweet Potatoes in Ottawa.

4 comments:

Daphne said...

It seemed to be that kind of week for me. I got nothing done.

Robert Kourik said...

Thanks for listing 2 of my books. The "Edible" and Roots Books. Robert Kourik

l'ortolano improvvisato said...

Hello Ottawa Gardener,
it's so nice to receive news from far gardens. See you soon, we can open an international seeds exchanging by our blogs!

Lou Murray said...

Hi Ottawa Gardener, thanks for stopping by my Green World. Love your comment about 4 out of 5 slugs agreeing that your cabbage tastes good. I have yet to harvest my first head of savoy cabbage grown from seed, but I'm getting darn close. Probably this week. Pillbugs and aphids got the first one.