Went on-line to Johnny's Seeds and ordered a bunch of seeds in anticipation of my spring garden. I should be able to put some stuff in the ground by mid March if things go as they usually do with the weather. By the time the seeds get here, I'll need to be starting some of them to be ready when I need them.
My broccoli is about done but I will continue to harvest the tenderest leaves for greens, the brussels sprouts are going crazy and I harvested about a gallon off the plants yesterday and still have a lot more getting bigger on the stalks. The leafy greens are being picked regularly but are growing faster than I can eat them, so my neighbors and extended family are enjoying the extras. My sugar snap peas are still coming in and by the amount of flowers on the plants, I should have them for a few more weeks. This has been one of my most productive fall gardens and the working conditions have been nothing short of great.
For those that remember a previous post, those fish parts are going in the garden in a few days. I pulled some of the plants that were done and now have room for the stuff I froze a few weeks ago. I hope is stays relatively cool till it breaks down.