The Garden Store

I pulled all of this out of our garden plots today. I could have harvested more but it is much easier and better to go every few days and get what you need. Tomorrow night I’m going to roast the beets and turnips with carrots, then cook up the turnip greens for dinner. The tops to the beets will be saved to be added into my green smoothies.

Some of the Chioggia beets were getting rather large. I am loving the striped pattern on the stalks!

Also, a few of the turnips were rather large and I will probably work my way through the larger ones this week in order for the smaller ones to get a little larger.

Most of the radishes were harvested several months ago but I found a straggler tucked away next to the turnips.

And it all fits nicely in my reusable bag. I’ve been trying to bring them with me lately, especially since I’ve been pulling a lot of cabbage. It becomes difficult to carry it all!

If only it were tomato season right now. We have our seedlings started and a few have come up and if all goes well we might have some tomatoes in late spring.

Are you growing anything right now?

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5 thoughts on “The Garden Store

  1. Curtis says:

    Did you start your seeds inside? Or direct seed outside? Just wondering with the cold weather.

  2. mlittle says:

    We started them in pots outside and bring them inside the garden shed when we know it is going to freeze.

  3. Chris - Hubby says:

    Nicely done.

  4. Rosemarie says:

    Hey Misti,

    Beautiful pics, do you have a garden plot in a neighborhood garden?
    We have a deck this time at our apt. complex…I would like to set up some herbs, but I don’t know how adventurous I will get beyond that. Oh, thanks for the tip on the oldest tree in France. I didn’t know much about it then, no signage, atleast in english that I remember.

  5. Moosie says:

    Yummmmmmm! I cant wait to get something growing!

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