To Do In The NW Edible Garden: February 2014

To Do February

February always feels like the first real month in the garden to me. Sure there’s a few things to do in January, if you want. But my first real round of seed starting happens around mid-month. Count forward 6 weeks and it’s the beginning of April – the perfect time to put hardy brassica transplants [Continue Reading…]

To Do In The Northwest Edible Garden: February 2012

Late winter food: sprouts with bacon and bourbon-mustard sauce

Time to get going. The days are stretching out, gardeners can feel spring reaching out to take hold of the vegetable plot. February is the month in the Maritime Northwest when you begin to begin, and by now most of us have recovered enough from September that we are eager to get going. Plan & [Continue Reading…]

To Do In The Northwest Edible Garden: February 2011


Well, I can feel the days getting longer, can you?  It’s starting to be light outside for an appreciable period of time after my daughter comes home from school.  I’m itching to get outside, it feels like there’s so much to do!  But I try to remind myself that the ground is still cold and [Continue Reading…]