Kale Trees and Monster Squash

It’s cold and blustery up here these days, so pictures like these – taken earlier in the fall – always give me a boost (and yes, I’m a little biased, I’ll admit – lol).

Life is fun when you combine kids and worms and gardening, I tell ya!

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    • Walt Pendleton
    • December 14, 2014

    We just start our winter garden this time of year. Look forward to this season. Beautiful children and vegetables.

    • John Duffy
    • December 16, 2014

    I’d have to agree. Kids, worms and gardening when combined together make for some good times and warm memories.
    Don’t blink. Those little ones grow up way too fast.

    • Mike
    • December 17, 2014

    Bentley, how do you keep the tree collards / kale alive during the winter months? Figured Canada got pretty cold…

    • Bentley
    • January 9, 2015

    Thanks, Walt and John!

    Mike – it’s very unlikely that the “trees” will survive since in an exposed raised bed. I HOPE that some of the kale in my gardens makes it by being buried in snow. We shall see. A neighbor seems to have had some overwinter, so I know it’s possible.
    Here’s hoping!

    • Carol
    • January 23, 2015

    Where did you get seed for Tree Collards? I live in the Midwest United States, and I haven’t found them in my standard seed catalogs.

    • Bentley
    • February 7, 2015

    LoL – these aren’t tree collards, Carol
    It was just regular type of Kale (Red Russian?)

    These worms, I tell ya – they’ve got magical powers!

    • Carol
    • February 10, 2015

    This will be my first summer fertilizing with worm castings, so I can only hope I have kale like yours. I would still like to do the perennial tree collards is I could only find them.

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