The Lynchburg Community Market is tomorrow (Saturday) so I think I'm going to go scout out some herbs that I can transplant into my pallet garden and maybe some seeds too. I also tried growing garlic a few times but it never made it so if I can find some local garlic that would be awesome!
I also discovered that broccoli is a cold weather veggie. Duh...I should know these things! Don't judge me...I'm brand new to all of this! Then I was thinking I should try out kale. Apparently kale prefers cold weather too. BUT it can do well in warm weather as well. A quick Google search helped me find this awesome kale resource. Sounds like it's worth a try. Kale is definitely an amazing food to have in your diet!
So here's my list for the Market this weekend:
- Kale (seeds or seedlings)
- Garlic (dried bulb or plant)
- Basil (preferably seedlings)
- Parsley (preferably seedlings)
- Oregano (preferably seedlings)
- Tarragon (preferably seedlings)
- Chives (preferably seedlings)
- Lemongrass (plant)
Wait...how'd lemongrass sneak in there? Well lemongrass deters mosquitos and I want to sit on my patio with my husband as much as the weather permits this year! Now that we finally have seating!
That and I just want one of everything.
What do you think? Am I missing any good ones?
Till next time,