Here’s a wee little task list of what to plant and do around the garden during the month of December: WHAT TO PLANT Seed in Ground: carrots, cauliflower, onions, chives, spinach, mustard, peas, beets, radishes, lettuce (somewhat protected) Seed Indoors: bok choi, broccoli, cabbage, kale, leeks, head lettuce, bunching onions WHAT TO DO Plant flowers! … More In the Garden: December.
Here’s a wee little task list of what to plant and do around the garden during the month of November: WHAT TO PLANT Seed in Ground: carrots, leaf lettuce, kale, mustard greens, swiss chard, collard greens, bok choi, onion seed (early), radish, spinach, turnip (early), peas, Brussel sprouts, beets, strawberries, cilantro, fennel, dill, cabbage Seed… More In the Garden: November.
from Dixondale Farms: One of the most common questions we get is, “How will I know my onions are ready to harvest?” One way is by keeping track of the number of leaves on your onion plants. While 13 is the ideal number of onion leaves, some onion varieties may mature with fewer leaves than… More 3 Harvest-Ready Signs for Your Onions
Upcoming event information: Herbs for Your Health Garden Cafe, 5310 Junius St, Munger Square Center, Dallas, TX 75214 Date: 05/18/2013 6:00 PM CDT Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme….What can herbs do for you? They are easy to grow and maintain, but pack a powerful punch when used holistically. This talk will discuss chronic illness and… More Herbs for your Health Garden Workshop (Dallas) – May 18th
WHAT TO PLANT Seed in Ground: basil, beans, corn, okra, peanuts, southern peas (black-eyed, purple hull and crowder peas), sweet potatoes Transplant: eggplant (early), melons (early), peppers (early), squash, tomatoes (early) WHAT TO DO Harvest spring crops daily to keep them producing for as long as possible. Continue to plant heat-tolerant tomatoes, such as ‘Heatwave’,… More In the Garden: May.
This spring has been an exciting season at the Urban Training Farm in East Waco. We started this winter-spring season with a great group of 50 hard workers composed of community members and Baylor students – who helped prep the garden for the spring growing season on the 2013 MLK Day of Service. Winter weeds… More Spring Training Farm Update