2014 – January Garden Log.

Frosty thyme

1/18 – I transplanted my first round of crisp mint romaine. It will continue to grow in the house and more will be direct sown outside in FEbruary.

1/19 –  I did a second sowing of crisp mint romaine (Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds). And also got some Monstrueux de Viroflay spinach (Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds) in, which you might remember from last year yields leaves as big as my hand. I started some slo bolt cilantro (Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds) and some genovese basil (Seed Savers Exchange). There were three new to the garden this year items that also received their inaugural planting: lime streaked mizuna (Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds), red streaked mizuna (Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds), and oriole orange chard (Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds).

Keep your warm garden thoughts coming!!

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