Haha, I don't think It would be attractive in the house. A rhubarb flower in a vase is pretty nice though.
Plant potato cuttings with 1 eye in Styrofoam cups inside the house 1 month before last frost then transplant them outside.Vanisle_BC wrote: ↑Thu Jan 14, 2021 3:20 pmHaha, I don't think It would be attractive in the house. A rhubarb flower in a vase is pretty nice though.
I think this was a Pontiac Red that I grew last year. They were very small, maybe because planted late. Now I have a few of these wee sprouters in the bottom of the potato basket. Don't know how soon I could plant them - it's at least a month early. Right now the ground is waterlogged but we could still have real frost.
Potatoes planted a bit early will die back if there's frost, but regrow. However official last frost here is about mid May, and these are sprouting indoors mid January. They'll probably go in the compost pile and if they survive there, great!
Chickweed in TN cold weather taste a bit like iceberg lettuce to me. In hot weather my TN chickweed gets bitter & tuff. When I lived in AZ if nothing else grew cactus & chickweed would grow. Mexican people picked chickweed in winter in large bowls ate it on tacos & other Mexican food. I sometimes pick chickweed in TN cold weather and eat it on sandwich's, tacos, Mexican, salads. I think AZ chickweed has a better flavor than TN chickweed.TomatoNut95 wrote: ↑Thu Jan 14, 2021 4:01 pmPerhaps I've been wrong all these years about destroying a free edible green... Would you say it tastes like lettuce, or does it have a specific taste all its own?