Category Archives: New York City

I’m amazed that the seeds have already begun to sprout!

Nicole says: Cabbage Plot, Day 4: I’m amazed that the seeds have already begun to sprout!  I planted the cabbage seeds on Father’s Day simply because I had time to do it that morning. But as I was filling the … Continue reading

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Today’s Delivery

Little green guys on their way to Devra, Elizabeth, and Robin and Kirby.

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Using Fertilizer

elaine, our cabbage is doing well, even though looking strange 😉 xo w.

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Planted

From Fast: I did some direct sowing . . . Next to the swiss chard, eggplant and broccoli. (slugs have really been nailing my broccoli this year 😦 ) Potatoes at the end, onions next and a VERY lively patch … Continue reading

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Cabbage Transplant Done !!!

Wolfgang’s seedlings:

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Delivery

Seedlings on their way.

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Seedling Pictures

Week one in my studio window.

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Cabbages—Day One

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Cabbage Plot Invitation

Dear Friends, I’m starting cabbage seedlings from the seeds I brought home from Korea. The seeds I planted Sunday are already sprouting in my studio! Please consider fostering a cabbage for me this summer. They are smaller napa type cabbages … Continue reading

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Re:Re: Seeds

the seeds were packed in july 2008. it suggests that you plant them within 2 years of this date… so you are still safe. it also says that you should expect 80% of the seeds to sprout… perhaps that percentage … Continue reading

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