Glad to hear it survied the snow , so nice to be able to pick just what your eating that night
Yes it is. Along this poor clay patch I have Horseradish and have been planting my fall plantings of Garlic( They are up about 5" now).
I think next fall I will be planting the Garlic in another location.
My parents are in their 80's and their diet in the 50's and 60's were the typical Meat and Potatoes. I have introduced them to a lot of new things. And they are trying things that they never would have eaten, Shallots, (Dad bought his first Red onion last summer) and Asparagus is something they have just started eating. So I'm planning to expand the Asparagus patch when I pull the Garlic.
With all the mud after the snowstorm last week there was not a lot I could do in the garden.
So during the Rain delay at Talledega yesterday I pruned the Berry Patch.
It looks like there will be a very good crop this summer.
Edited by JD DANNELS, May 06, 2013 - 08:39 AM.