Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Wednesday Farm Photo: Spring Garden Greens

Arugula & Baby Swiss Chard In The Homemade Greenhouse

It's spring salad season - and it's not too late to plant! Did you know you can go from seed to salad bowl in less than a month no matter where you live? Just check out these links on my kitchen garden blog:
Sublime Salads For Those Short On Time, Space, & Sunlight
Growing Your Own Gourmet Lettuce Is Easier Than You Think
How To Grow Your Own Swiss Chard From Seed & Why You Should

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  1. Beautiful picture of arugula and swiss chard. I have my seeds all ready, but considering that the snow hasn't disappeared yet I think it is going to be a while before I have greens. I'll just enjoy yours vicariously for now.

  2. That looks DELICIOUS! Man, I am jonesing for some fresh organic greens.


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