I have been eating on the microgreens. And I have more to chew on growing under the indoor lights.
It’s nice to have some greenery indoors when its 0 degrees outside. The pipes have froze but lets hope they don’t bust.
|Microgreens under grow lights & tropical plants on shelf|
|Microgreens to eat from indoor growing, plus produce I buy as a
supplement until I have food growing in the gardens
Here, I have garnished the ramen with microgreens. And I have used the microgreens in other soups, salads, and sandwiches. They’re quicky, easy, and nutritious, so I encourage you to grow what you can, too.
|Hoemeade Vegan ramen with kimchi and microgreens.|
And not surprisingly, the tulips, crocuses, irises, ferns, and daffodils are emerging up from the soil. I cleaned up around the spring flowers, grubbing the weeds out, and I spread peat moss over them. Tomorrow, I’m going to cover them with sheets of plastic and cloth until March.
I transplanted some of the crocuses to ceramic pots, because I thought that looked better than growing around my yard for two weeks. Crocuses don’t bloom long, and I would rather dedicate yard space to something else that blooms longer. I have many more crocuses to transplant though.
There’s so much to do, so little time. But with these warm days in the forecast, I’m taking advantage of it, and mulching/composting and cleaning up the vegetable and flower gardens and the fruit trees.