bogydave
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Kraut & broccoli

Froze up a bunch of broccoli today
Started a batch of kraut from 2 heads of cabbage.
Helpers like raw cabbage.
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Oh man! You win this week's prize for cute garden pictures!
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When I saw the title of your post I figured you had to be way north of the Mason/Dixon Line. I could never get that stuff to grow and do well this time of year down in New Orleans. I love the "winter" vegetables and eagerly await fall every year.

Looks like you have a couple good helpers there and that's a good thing since your garden looks to be pretty large. Everything looks nice and healthy too. Right now, I'm struggling with the heat of summer and it's taking a toll on my garden.

Great looking heads of cabbage by the way.

bogydave
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Thanks
This year I beat the moose to the broccoli for the first cutting.
Been a better summer so far than last year. Had a few days in the 70s. :)



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