Every year my husband and I put out a little garden. It always begins with great optimism, but the reality is that we are not very good gardeners and we live in a climate that really requires a spring and fall garden -- the summer is just so hot everything dies. Let's just say the learning curve is steep. But we refuse to give up!
It's now time to plant onions and other cold weather crops. So last weekend we started. It was a bit chilly, mostly because of the wind, but we bundled up and were close to the ground, which offered a little protection.
|Onions ready to plant|
|Putting them in|
|filling up this box with onions|
|The cloves have to planted with the right side up|
|Our garlic bed|
|Sugar snap peas, broccoli, brussel sprouts, a cabbage|
|Latte and Mocha|