Veggie planting – February 2016

I set managed to set up my first cold frame in early February and first batch of veggies was sown on weekend of February 13 & 14, 2016:

In seedling trays:

  • Siberian organic kale (germinated well in less than a week)
  • Black kale (germinated well in less than a week)
  • Russian kale (germinated well in less than a week)
  • Red Russia kale (germinated well in less than a week)
  • Mesclun – lettuce mix (germinated well in less than a week)
  • Arugula – salad rocket (germinated well in less than a week)
  • Tomatillo Milpero (needed almost 2 weeks to germinate)
  • Tomato – Jelly bean hybrid (needed almost 2 weeks to germinate)
  • Physalis – Chinese lantern (needed almost a month to germinate)
  • Italian large leaf basil (needed almost a month to germinate)

Sown directly to the soil (in cold frame):

  • Radish – Cherry Belle (germinated well in less than a week)
  • Kohlrabi – early white Vienna  (needed almost 2 weeks to germinate)

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