Friday, November 12, 2010

Keeps on keeping on

The garden that is.  It surprises me to still find produce out there in November.

Razor fashioned a sturdy cold frame raised bed last weekend.  Hopefully that will mean plenty of lettuce and spinach all winter long.  Or at least part of it.



badlandsquilts said...

Oh how I wish we could just skip winter and go straight to spring!

grendelskin said...

yum! Our peas just kept coming and coming this year, didn't stop till the first real cold night. We don't have a cold frame yet but I think it's in the not-too-distant future!

Artfulife said...

We are going to give this a go in our garden this year. Any tips?

Shorty said...

Very cool! We've had some serious tomato production going on in our little garden. The cooler temps just really boosted our plants that we thought were on their way out. Bell peppers have been doing well, too. I hope you get many more months of goodies from your garden!

Kim said...

Oh how I hate the thought of eating "store bought" produce now :0(....
nothing taste as good as fresh home grown.............I already miss my heirloom tomato and basil with fresh mozzarella salads!
But I try to think of winter as "quilting season" and get a lot of time at my sewing machine.

Happy Sewing

And he makes cold frames too!