Category Archives: In the Ground

cabbages

Elaine, one of our cabbages is starting to look good, it is 6/7 ” across! the other ones are still small. It is hard for me to get internet, sorry for my delay! Elena Advertisements

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Xxoo

from David:

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Intervention

Oh Elaine, It has been a wet, humid summer. At the start of July it was clear that the babies were struggling– not enough sun, unfortunate slug and/or insect damage (all my cabbages were hit, but the babies were particularly … Continue reading

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How hard can it be to plant 4 cabbage seedlings?

Dear Elaine — I ran into a hitch when I attempted to plant the cabbage babies (this was 2 weeks ago). I had planned to plant them inside my blueberry garden for their safety (an aside — several of my … Continue reading

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babies

Dear Elaine, the babies survived! they are very small but I just gave them some fertilizer. I hope they will grow fast so I can take some good pictures. Elena

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Cabbage update…

Oh dear. The babies are struggling. Some insect damage and I think it might not be the best sun-balanced spot. I remain dedicated to organic upbringing and will intervene this weekend to see what might help the little guys thrive- … Continue reading

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Subway Seedlings

Heading to LIC and Bushwick via cocktails at Columbus Circle.

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