My winter garden had all it's produce harvested.
Before I could begin planting this season's crop, I had to pick all the winter season's crop.
Winter Crop Harvest Pictures:
Since I had so much produce, I made a pot-load of liver and onions with half of these onions seen. It was YummY!
I did not take a picture of the mustard greens, or turnip greens before I picked them, however, they fair well in cold temps too.
All the winter crops harvested, the flower beds prepared with garden dirt, compost, manure, and the seeds have been planted.
Some of the seedlings that I grew inside have been transferred, but some remain just in case bad weather temperatures hit.
As you can see, some of the seedlings were planted, note the half empty trays.
Back Up Batch:
I am glad, at this point that I kept growing the "less developed" ones inside, because we had brutal sun, followed by 40 degree nights and the little seedlings outside have taken a beating. I might be replacing most of them with this indoor crop. ;-)
The hope is that is years crop will do as well as last year's gardens.