Fall Sprouts – Part 1

| November 28, 2012 | 11 Replies

There’s nothing I get a bigger kick out of than watching a sprout push out of the earth from a seed I have planted. These seedlings come from seeds I planted within a week of one another. In Southern California, gardeners do not get a break! We can, and must, if you are obsessed as I am now, plant year-round.


Snow Pea – Oregon Sugar Pod II


Moss Curled Parsley Heirloom


Gourmet Blend Beet Heirloom


Broccoli Raab Rapini Heirloom


Baby Finger Carrot Heirloom


Copenhagen Market Green Cabbage Heirloom


Italian Dark Leaf Parsley Heirloom

Stay tuned for Part 2! Are seeds are from Botanical Interests. The snow peas are a hybrid, bred for resisting mildew, which I have a huge problem with here by the coast. Thanks for stopping by. Please check back on my progress! – Kaye

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  1. lucindalines says:

    So neat! I can’t wait for summer.

  2. The sprouting of a seed is miraculous! Great pictures, Kaye. You are very fortunate to have gardening season year round.

  3. flamidwyfe says:

    They all look so sweet! I’m going to start planning my container garden this weekend 🙂

  4. How nice to be planting at this time of year. Good luck with the seedlings. Don’t forget that the bean sprouts can be eaten (if you thin them) and that the beet greens are as delicious as the beet roots.

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