Spinach and baby lettuces
While I wait for the warm temperatures to be more consistent, I thought you might enjoy a peek at how things are going in the garden both inside and out.
This spinach is ginormous! It's amazing what a little compost and a covered hoop tunnel will do to help overwinter plants and get them off to an early start.
Seedlings coming along in soil blocks including: cabbage, basil, dill, artichokes and tomatoes.
Making larger soil blocks for the growing tomato seedlings at my reclaimed vintage sink turned potting table.
Larger blocks ready for the tomato transplants. The post on making soil blocks can be found here.
Squash, tomato and sunflower seedlings that graduated to the larger soil blocks a couple of weeks ago.
While I wait to move everything outside, I'll be exploring ways to use my ginormous spinach harvests for breakfast, lunch and dinner. What's your favorite way to eat your spinach? I'd love to hear about it in the comments below.
Thanks for reading!
A close up of some baby salad greens