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Blog: My Little Farm in Town

My Little Cold Frame 8: Last Salad

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

We’ve eaten our last salad from the greens I planted in March. They were pretty toasted and starting to bolt. I gathered them for one meal for the whole family—human and feathered. Not much gets wasted on My Little Farm in Town!

After harvesting and a little weeding, I refreshed each side of the frame with compost. I’ll give the frame a rest while I tend other parts of the garden, until it is time to plant again in hot, dry August for fall and winter harvest. My goal is a fresh salad for Christmas! Begonia

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Last of the Greens


The remnant ready for the final harvest. (Sounds vaguely apocalyptic!)

Final Salad


Lunch followed shortly after the taking of this picture!

The Girls Get Their Salad, Too!




The compost refreshes the frame. I am doing it now so that I don't forget. I'll also cover the frame again so that nutrients don't leach away before I plant in August.


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