Gardening in Southwest Washington State.
Aiming for good food, sustainability, diversity, ecological balance. Learning from tradition, science, experience, and experimentation. Growing fruits, vegetables, trees, and flowers.
Growing from seeds, cuttings, divisions, and grafting.
Tuesday, February 05, 2013
Winter Gardening, continued
Planted some seeds in the first "Conastoga" bed. That includes spinach, icicicle radish, napa cabbage, bak choy, seeds from garlic chives. Pic from Bok Choy, ink and color painting on paper by Wu Changshuo (1844-1927)
I found some unplanted sets for egyptian onions. I don't need more, but not wanting them to go to waste, so planted them.
Also, in unprotected bed, Laburnum seeds collected last week from Laburnum tree. So those seeds were exposed for winter, and stratified in situ. Those are along one edge of iris bed. Along another edge, Chinese chive, my Illinois strain.