Fall Gardening

Fall is the time to plant things for early spring harvest! Last year we had a bounty of Swiss chard, spinach, arugula and some odd broccoli that did not ever form a broccoli head…oh well. This year we are adding a few more items to our winter garden repertoire: onions, shallots, garlic and snow peas. Additionally, we’re continuing with the chard, spinach and arugula. I just finished cleaning off the lavender from all our dried lavender bundles that were hanging on our back porch to dry – perfect for making little laundry sachets, herbs de Provence or scented salt and sugar body scrubs at Christmas time!

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