Monthly Archives: July 2013

Cauliflower: “Cabbage with a college education”

The Snow Crown cauliflower (Jung Seeds) I started in the greenhouse in early May is producing small to fairly large sized heads, despite the hot spell we had in July. I like this variety. You don’t need to tie up … Continue reading

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Perfect Cabbage

I love this variety of cabbage, it’s called Ruby Perfection Hybrid from Jung’s. This is the second year I’ve grown it. I started it from seed in the greenhouse in early May and set it out towards the end of … Continue reading

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Gardening tips for late July

The sweltering heat of late makes it a little difficult to get in the garden and weed and do other garden chores. If we can get in the garden in the cool of the evening or early morning and weed … Continue reading

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