by Texas Homesteader ~
The veggie garden has been put to bed for the winter. I spread crimson clover seed along the bare rows to provide both a living mulch as well as nitrogen for next spring’s planting. Nighty-Nite!
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Oh – always a bitter sweet thing to put the garden to bed for its long winter’s nap!
Thanks for sharing this post at the This Is How We Roll link party. I am always excited to see what is happening on the farm. Love the chickens – they look so happy.
All my pots have been put to sleep for the winter, but the float garden is still producing kale, chard and Brussel sprouts. I’ll let them go until early spring when I have to work the soil up for new plantings. – Margy