girlwithcurls2 wrote: »
I'm envious! We won't have homegrown basil for months here. But I put in chard seeds last fall and now I have gorgeous baby chard leaves. I live in Oregon, so kale is abundant. I absolutely love it and have been working it into dinners 3-4x/week. But recently, I have been substituting chard and finding it to be a little less "tough" for lack of a better description. I also struggle with whiteflies when I grow kale. The chard doesn't get them. I'm so ready for garden season to begin!!
MinTheKitCat wrote: »
What’s y’alls’ favorite way to cook/ eat turnips? I got about 12 of them in my last produce box, lol
o0Firekeeper0o wrote: »
So technically this is the first harvest from my garden! Lol. My basil seedlings are big and hearty so I liberated them of just a few leaves to add to the spaghetti sauce I made Friday to celebrate my late grandmother’s birthday.
acpgee wrote: »
The best way to harvest basil is to cut off a piece of stalk just above where two leaves are protruding. The plant will split at the cut and get bushier. It produces a more attractive plant than picking off leaves.
lemurcat2 wrote: »
Just being obnoxious, the veg look great!
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