Tuesday Garden Party, February 10th

Did you see all the great posts linked up from the last week’s Tuesday Garden Party? I’m hosting this week and I’ve picked out a few to share in the featured links section below. Don’t forget to scroll down and link up any of your gardening posts, new or old, in the link up below. I know with the rainy weather we are having, I could use some gardening inspiration.

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I’m hosting the Tuesday Garden Party this week. While there isn’t much going on in my garden just yet, I did harvest a few items that wintered over.

I took advantage of the great weather we had a few weeks ago and cleaned up the garden beds. They weren’t too bad at all. I had left a few carrots and green onions and leeks in the garden to winter over. I harvested them a couple of weeks ago.

My wintered over garden harvest.

We ended up with about 5 pounds of baby carrots. Yes, 5 pounds, I would have never guessed there was that many still growing, but I just kept finding more and more. I guess I will find out if I missed any soon.

I was really surprised that the leeks made it through the two freezes we had. Our winter has been fairly mild this year, the leeks froze a couple of times, but they looked great when I harvested them. The green onions didn’t fair so well and broke apart when I tried to harvest them. Into the compost they went.

I noticed I have one lone head of lettuce that survived the winter and my chives are already sprouting up along with a few daffodils in our flower beds.

We had some great links shared at last week’s Tuesday Garden Party.

Here’s a few links I picked to feature this week.

This week's featured posts from the Tuesday Garden Party #TuesdayGardenParty

 

1. Simple Seed Germination Test from Grow a Good Life

2. How to Grow Sprouts from Grow, Forage, Cook, Ferment

3. Simple Tips for Caring for Your Roses from A Spectacled Owl

4. How to Freeze Spring Onions from Mummy Do It

5. Tea Cup Bird Feeder from My Mommy World


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4 thoughts on “Tuesday Garden Party, February 10th”

  1. It is so neat that you are still able to harvest loot from last year! We still have a little bit of kale that’s still good–which greatly surprised me since we have super cold winters. It got to -26 twice this year. That’s a great motivation to get going when the ground warms up this year.

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