Experiential Gardener

Tom Thumb Lettuce grows into semi-tight heads that are the perfect size for an individual salad. If you harvest the plant by cutting 1" to 1/2" from the top of the root and leave the root in the ground, it will produce another plant.

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Georgia Southern Collard Greens enjoying a cool evening.

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Speckled Troutback lettuce. The plastic round from a water jug was removed after this picture was taken. I use them to protect the small plants from snails and slugs. These plants were planted in the fall when snails and slugs were out.

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This Purple Lady Bok Choy is ready to harvest.

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A Tokinashi Turnip. https://buff.ly/3wgdCwN

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Pansies enjoying the evening sun.

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The arugula is growing well. We just snip off outer leaves when we want an arugula salad or some for cooking.

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This Purple Lady Bok Choy is ready to harvest.

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Spotted Troutback lettuce grows well over the winter here in Texas. I cover them with a blanket if temperatures will be 25 degrees or lower.

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Thank You For Visiting!

If you could take a moment to follow me on Instagram and/or like this post that would make my day!