And what are we planting? Endive, escarole and radicchio. These hardy chicories sweeten after frost and will give us delicious and beautiful salads through the winter.
Wait, winter you say? Didn’t summer just start?
Yes, but we’re always looking ahead. Planning, persistence and patience are keys to eating from the garden, whether we’re seeding tomatoes in the sunny window in February or setting out tender broccoli starts in August. Right now we’re enjoying peas, lettuce and kale seeded in March.
Of course, this means those tender cool-loving seedlings will have to survive the summer heat. Just like we had to get tomatoes and cucumbers though late rain and chill, we have to protect those babies.
Confused? This class will help. We’ll talk about what to plant when, where to put it, and how to plant it. If you have a garden plan, map, or photos we can look at them and help you choose the right spots for your new plants