Some apprentices showed up in early fall and we framed up a new greenhouse.
I’m totally happy with the way it turned out. An unheated greenhouse gives me the climate of New Jersey. The greens will freeze, but kale roots stay alive, and in the spring they will grow new tops (I intend to snap off frozen leaves and eat steamed greens all winter long), and in March and April I’ll be eating the new shoots. Stay tuned, and I’ll post some photos as the process continues.
WOW! Thank you for sharing the beautiful recipes and great photos. Your knowledge, wisdom, and experience is a real treasure. Love the greenhouses and super healthy winter greens! You have inspired us to do what we can here with what we have! Keep up the terrific work. Will be following your blog! May you always be well! A Heart Full of Thanks! R. Cherney
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