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With a new look and great new content, LLW shares secrets from the garden and kitchen!
November weather in Denver can easily have a 40 degree swing in temps over night! Getting out in the garden on a warm day that coincides with some free time is tricky!
Here’s what’s happening in the garden in November……
Turnips are still growing! They survived the September hail storm. I haven’t harvested them, because I have no idea what to make out of them. This was a new item I decided to grow in the garden this year. I’m ashamed to say, I have never purchased turnips from the grocery store and I have no idea how to serve them up! With the first harvest, I made turnip mash. It was good, but not stellar!
Recipe suggestions are welcome!
This year I’m giving the raised hoop beds a shot for growing cold tolerant plants.
The Kale and Swiss Chard are coming up.
and I apparently missed some onions!
I moved the Sage and Rosemary to the hoop raised bed to see if there will be success in over wintering it.
A free day and warm weather and I can tackle garden chores!
What’s happening in your garden?
You’ll find me in the garden!
xoxo, LoriRead More