The new season is upon us here in Northern Michigan. I’m very happy because my garlic has already sprouted. I planted it last October right after we got home from our wedding in Connecticut. It has been exactly 6 months since we got married, and our 2019 garden is now in progress – mostly sprouting in our basement under grow lights.
Some things I did not rip out of the beds, such as kale. I’m glad that I didn’t, because I am now learning about no-till practices and beginning to understand how live root systems can actually contribute to better soil health. And it’s always impressive to observe anything and everything that survives our deep freezes. The lowest reading we saw this year was -38 degrees Fahrenheit.
I’ve got lots of catching up to do here, since I did not post anything since July. I will just flashback to some of my images that I posted on Instagram last summer, as well as some unpublished ones, so I can move on to new topics!