Winter Garden Maintenance

| February 18, 2013 | 2 Replies
Winter Garden Celery

Kaye harvests celery in her winter garden

Winter gardening is a challenge with cold, wet days in December. Good thing the garden is planted! But, you have to venture out once in a while to thin seedlings, deal with pests, harvest heaps of vitamin-packed celery for juicing and encounter wildlife. Check out Kaye’s camelias! The front yard is packed with vegetables. Watch Season 2, Episode 2 of “Late Bloomer.

The sun came out occasionally. Here’s a look at the raised bed planted in November. The broccoli and bok choy are bolting after a hot spell.

Winter Garden Raised Bed

Two month old seedlings in raised bed

Winter Garden cold days drive Kaye inside

Cold days drive Kaye inside

If you enjoy and/or find this episode helpful, please Like and Share and Comment! It’s never too late to start growing vegetables! Thank you! – Kaye

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Category: Cool Season, Late Bloomer Episodes, Maintenance

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  1. Very informative and well done! Great job Kaye!!!

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