It’s here again. Time to start my fall/winter vegetable garden. I love California sunshine! We can grow pretty much everything almost all year round, with the exception of maybe two months out of the year, and even then, if we choose hardy winter veggies, they’ll still grow, despite the chilly temperatures that can drop down to mid 40s at night in the depths of winter.
My little seedling box is cute and fairly easy to work with, and since I use all the dwarf varieties that do really well in containers, I don’t have to worry about weeds or rodents that dig up from the ground.
I put the seeds in, mist them, label them, cover them, and then I wait for the miracle of life to start anew. I have two trays each of baby bok choi, mesclune lettuce, tiny cucumbers, and English watercress. These guys will make good eating in a few weeks. Can’t wait!