Our little pallet garden has been growing strong! We've picked a bunch of cilantro and made a few salads with all the greens. The radishes never make it into the house; got to have something to eat while I'm picking food for a meal!
Baby lettuces are delicious!
Meanwhile, our garden in Richmond has turned into a Comfrey field. And while Comfrey is an amazing medicinal plant, it can not be eaten, and it choked out all the rest of our plants!
Dana whacking back the Comfrey; perhaps next year we'll grow vegetables?!
We covered the whole garden up and will see if we can get a fresh start next spring. What our garden at Green Means Farm lacked in vegetables this year, it made up for in hops, four different varieties, although the Cascades are doing the best by far!
Dana dried them out and has already brewed a 5 gallon batch with some of what we picked. The brew should be ready by Friday, and we'll certainly enjoy it after our first day at the Big E! Dana, Sean, Brian and I hope to see you there, we'll be on the Rhode Island side of the Massachusetts building all weekend!