To Do In The Northwest Edible Garden: January 2015

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January means one thing when you are a gardener: a mailbox stuffed to bursting with seed catalogs. With a stack of seed catalogs and well-thumbed gardening books by our side, and ground that’s still too cold and wet to work, the name of the January game is planning and letting your imagination run wild. I [Continue Reading…]

To Do In The NW Edible Garden: January 2014

To Do In The Garden: January

It has been an unusually pleasant January up here in Cascadia – fairly dry and mild – and I’ve been out in the yard more, tidying and futzing and making a few changes to the layout of the garden. I am very eager to get going on this year’s garden. You know how some years [Continue Reading…]

To Do In The Northwest Edible Garden: January 2011

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Mid-January is about as early as you can get seed going under light. That’s still plenty early for hardy vegetables and long-season crops. In any event, it always takes me a week or two after New Years to recover from the holidays and get back into a rhythm.  So, anytime from mid-month to the end [Continue Reading…]