Broccoli is something we grow really well. Good thing we like it so much. It thrives in the rich manure left from the pigs and chickens winter paddocks and our cool weather. Cabbage, brussel sprouts and such do well too. Right now we’re in the season when we can’t even come close to keeping up with the fresh produce. Enjoying it while we have it.

Outdoors: 61°F/56°F 3″ Rain
Farm House: 77°F/62°F
Tiny Cottage: 71°F/64°F Bathroom parge stall wall base

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2 Responses to Broccoli

  1. PV says:

    Wow!!!!!!! R those all broc in the backgd? Yummmy!!!!

  2. HomemakerAng says:

    Its feast or famine with fresh veggies isn’t it! We had 2 rows (150 ft) of broc. this year, ate tons, froze tons, but about march I will be CRAVING MY FRESH GARDEN VEGGIES! MICHIGAN WINTER ARE TOO LONG! I know you understand!

    someday, i will do that green house thing, sometime…

    enjoy that beautiful brocolli!

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