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We did not plant a wide variety during the fall for our winter garden, but the few items we did plant have been producing well. While not pictured, we continue to have tomatoes that were planted in the summer. The headline photo is of our Collard Greens. Here some more photos.

Collard Greens – look at my posting for how I cook these bad boys. YUM!!

Brussel Sprouts

Cute little things

This one looks like something from a Hollywood movie – “Alien” or perhaps “Predator “

Parsley

-- Pam grows 'em - I cook 'em...... Melbourne, Fl



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Harold and Pam

253 posts in 1761 days
hardiness zone 10b

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MsDebbieP

14684 posts in 2687 days
hardiness zone 5b

posted 04-02-2013 09:13 AM

oh to be gardening year round.. sigh.
everything looks so wonderful!
Green thumbs at your place!

-- - Debbie, SW Ontario Canada (USDA Hardiness Zone: 5a)

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Jimthecarver

111 posts in 1211 days
hardiness zone 8b

posted 04-02-2013 10:38 AM

Amazing ….very nice results.

-- JTC

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Radicalfarmergal

4305 posts in 1949 days
hardiness zone 5b

posted 04-02-2013 11:15 AM

Your vegetables look so healthy and delicious! I appreciate the quality of your photos; they capture the beauty of the food so well. The alien/predator image in the Brussel sprouts made me laugh. My question is, would the fact that it looked like a dangerous enemy make it more or less appealing to eat when you were a ten year old boy? : )

-- "...I have nothing against authorities as such; I am only in favor of putting a question mark after just about everything they say." Ruth Stout

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Harold and Pam

253 posts in 1761 days
hardiness zone 10b

posted 04-03-2013 04:28 AM

Thank you all for the nice comments. Yes indeed, Debbie, Florida offers several benefits. 12 month gardening for Pam and 12 month motocycling for me!!

Robin, while i did take these photos and many that I’ve posted, and despite the fact the Ieven went to school for photography – PAM is an incredible photorapher. She’s got a wonderful eye and feel for the shot. Glad you like the photos. And to answer your question, I’d say they’d find it more appealing.

-- Pam grows 'em - I cook 'em...... Melbourne, Fl

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justjoel

1063 posts in 2067 days
hardiness zone 7a

posted 04-03-2013 07:26 AM

Wow – 12 month outdoor gardening, what would that be like?

Looks great you guys!

-- "We are stardust. We are golden. And we've got to get ourselves back to the garden." Joni Mitchell

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Iris43

3808 posts in 2316 days
hardiness zone 5a

posted 04-03-2013 01:49 PM

Wow! Those look great,Harold. This winter most have been outstanding for your gardens. And you’re still eating tomatoes!! Very nice.

Great shot of the bike, too. Lovely that you have a park dedicated just to you…...and the sign painted to match your m’cycle. Ha-ha…....

-- 'To plant a Garden is to believe in Tomorrow'

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Harold and Pam

253 posts in 1761 days
hardiness zone 10b

posted 04-04-2013 01:49 AM

Iris – That park is up in Fulton NY where I was from. A few years a go whenn I was up there I happened to see that sign and had to swing around set up the photo.

-- Pam grows 'em - I cook 'em...... Melbourne, Fl

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