Overwintering Vegetables- what’s in my garden now

enter I have had so-so success with overwintering vegetables. I seem to do better ever year, so that is something, I guess.

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https://emduk.org/kasl2mghb I also planted a cover crop of Buckwheat. I even covered it with row cover, so the birds wouldn’t eat the seeds. I took it off once the seedlings had emerged. I’m thinking I should have left the row cover on longer, because all the seedlings disappeared shortly after I removed it.

https://yplocal.us/8grndms What survived and is thriving, is the arugula, spinach and lettuce that I planted in my cold frames. Just a couple of nights ago, I made a salad from some of the lettuce!

https://grannysglasses.com/?p=2jeqn7s I planted fava beans for the first time last Fall, and those seem to be doing well.

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https://restoreredspruce.org/2024/05/13/mt0f1vf5 I plant garlic every year, because Matt and I both love garlic and use it in everything we cook. Since we always run out, I planted an even larger plot of it last year.

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follow site In one feed trough, are a couple of artichoke starts I got last Spring, from the West Seattle Nursery. Since artichokes are perennials, I figured they would be well suited to a container. Both plants had black aphids all over them last year, so I tried spraying them with soap spray. A lot of the leaves died and fell off, but the plants seem to be looking better this year.

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https://annmorrislighting.com/8s7kg16r4ss In the other feed trough, I planted some multiplier onions, but there is no sign of them yet. One of the bulbs was a little squishy and diseased looking. I didn’t plant that one, but hopefully the other ones weren’t diseased as well. Maybe they will pop up this Spring?

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    1. https://annmorrislighting.com/6cj3qn2c9 It’s straw. Not to be confused with hay. I get it at the feed store in Burien. They also sell bales at Walt’s Organic Fertilizer Co. in Ballard. It’s a great mulch as it keeps in moisture and is suppose to suppress weeds. The straw I use sometimes has weed seeds in it. I have yet to find any straw that is guaranteed weed seed free, at either Walt’s or the Burien Feed store. I just pull out the grass as it grows. It’s usually not a lot.

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