Garden 2014 Update: Green Strawberries and More by Lo

by Lo
editor, Dandelion Salad
May 11, 2014

Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers in the world.

Spiderwort

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Oh, so pretty Spiderwort is blooming now.*

Collard Greens

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Collard greens I planted by seed are growing. More information on growing and eating collard greens.

Garlic

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Garlic I planted last November. Many didn’t come up this Spring due to the unusually bitter cold Winter, unfortunately. All were covered well with straw. I planted some this Spring, however, a baby rabbit decided to have lunch on the tiny shoots.

Potatoes

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Lots of potatoes. I just plant organic potatoes bought at the local health food shop that have sprouted before being eaten.

Green Strawberries

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The green strawberries are getting big. Won’t be long before they will ripen.

Growing Jerusalem Artichokes

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Young Jerusalem artichoke plants growing. Looks like quite a few plants. More information on growing and harvesting Jerusalem artichokes.

Dandelion Puff

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The very difficult to photograph Dandelion puff. Larger size to view. And don’t forget to eat those dandelion greens.

Honeysuckles Blossoms

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The Honeysuckle bushes are in full bloom now.

More photos on Flickr.

* The storm last night knocked down half of the Spiderwort completely cutting them. So those are in a vase indoors.

see

My Garden 2014: Spring is Here by Lo

Growing, Harvesting and Eating the Jerusalem Artichoke

Collard Greens, So Good For You

Have You Had Your Dandelions Today?

Harvesting, Drying and Propagating Mint

9 thoughts on “Garden 2014 Update: Green Strawberries and More by Lo

  1. Pingback: Dandelion Salad Is Going On Hiatus by Lo | Dandelion Salad

    • Thanks, Jill. I’ve always wanted to have more time to do gardening. These last several years of gardening was only the bare minimum to keep what I planted alive.

    • Thanks, Ed. Just bought some marigolds and petunias, tomatoes and cucumbers so will be busy tomorrow planting them all. Can’t beat veggies and flowers.

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