Monday, January 3, 2011

Harvest from-under-the-snow Monday

If it wasn't for the thaw, i'd have nothing (I miss my polytunnel) but we had a few days of mild temperature so I bring you parsley.

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That's all (and some stored butternuts).

7 comments:

Daphne said...

My parsley is still covered by snow. I wonder if I'll see it before springtime or if our one blizzard was all we get.

michelle said...

I'm always learning somethong new from you cold climate gardeners, I had no idea that parsley was so hardy. My parsley always breezes through the overnight freezes that we get but that's no real test compared to what your garden goes through.

A Kitchen Garden in Kihei Maui said...

Wow parsley is much hardier than I realized! I can't believe it survived the snow uncovered and it's still green!

meemsnyc said...

Wow, just look at the parsley! Totally awesome.

Veggie PAK said...

Parsley is surprisingly resilient!

Barbie said...

That is a lot of parsley. And butternuts are my favorites - what did you do with them?

kitsapFG said...

Got to love those ultra hardy greens! They come to our rescue during the day cold days of winter. Nice patch of parsley!