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cabbages follow up
hey elaine, ya know how i told you that i just left the cabbages to their own devices this winter. this is what happened. ciao bella, eileen
Elaine: here is a foto of the cabbages that we sadly didn’t have enough time to love and tend this past Summer…so all that is left is the memory…xoxo Rob
Soaring cabbage prices catch kimchi-loving South Koreans in inflationary pickle – 10/5/2010 3:27:03 AM | Newser
FYI cabbage growers, It’s a world-wide problem. Soaring cabbage prices catch kimchi-loving South Koreans in inflationary pickle – 10/5/2010 3:27:03 AM | Newser. via Soaring cabbage prices catch kimchi-loving South Koreans in inflationary pickle – 10/5/2010 3:27:03 AM … Continue reading
cabbage in my sink
Dear Elaine, here it is in my sink. A lot of catepillars and snales fled. I kept some for you… Love, Elena PS Will you be able to make kim chi? may I participate?
Ok, starting to make napa heads…
Its cooled down and the cabbages are loving it. I hope to get a few more weeks in before a frost. Kale can handle a frost…but Napa seems a bit more delicate. The patch is still an unexpected range of … Continue reading
Comment for Forum topic: Napa Cabbages are not heading
A response on my post to a gardener’s forum: Begin forwarded message: From: info Date: September 25, 2010 4:00:17 PM EDT Subject: Comment for Forum topic: Napa Cabbages are not heading Greetings cabbagepatch, Comment by mart: Napa is a cool … Continue reading
Words of encouragement
My Cabbage Friends, It has certainly been an unusually hot summer. Apparently ideal for tomatoes (which were off the hook in their bounty after two or three years of blight and less-than-bounty) but not so great for cabbages– so far. … Continue reading
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Here is a big one, it keeps growing, i will be back there in 2 weeks. Cross our fingers! Elena One big cabbage. Four smaller cabbages.
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thanks! On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 7:43 PM, Elaine wrote: I’m not sure. But I think I would wait. On Sep 17, 2010, at 7:05 PM, elena wrote: > Hi Elaine, > the cabbage didn’t head yet. can we … Continue reading
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David writes: Not quite ready
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