Posts Tagged cabbage

Cabbage in Winter

We still have a couple of cabbages, lots of kale, and some Brussels sprouts in the garden from last summer. Still good to eat! But we have to get ready to plant all the seeds we ordered. Maybe we’ll make sauerkraut!

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Cabbage and New Year’s

We’re planning to grow more cabbage this year so we can make sauerkraut. It’s New Year’s Eve and the celebratory feast of the new year required sauerkraut and pork in my family of origin. Can’t start the new year without it!

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Caterpillars in the Vegetable Garden: Part I

Have you ever served broccoli at the dinner table only to find green worms cooked in your food? Yuk! A client of ours says she’ll never grow broccoli again. Too many worms. And she refuses to dump poison on her food to kill the worms. We’re showing her how to grow organic food that does not have caterpillars.  The cabbage worm eats holes in the more »

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A Vegetable Garden Checklist

It’s time to get started on the vegetable garden for the coming season so you can grow your own healthy, organic food again this year. Many of us have already started seedlings indoors to transplant out to the garden or the cold frames as soon as weather permits. Kathryn and I have come up with a checklist of ten things to consider before you plant. more »

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