Thursday, October 22, 2015

elmer's blue

robust alfalfa interspersed with winter rye is a staple in the green manure population this fall...and the garlic in this bed ( thirty plants up in toe beds ) is cohabiting with a fair stand of new zealand white clover...while i was out there i noticed the elmer's blue plant in my bed was finishing up so i popped up the root ball and fished around the bed a bit...found three decent sized tubers in return for the one i planted last spring that i do believe will be seed for next season...the bottom photo is of the garden about one this afternoon as autumn moves into a deeper transition.

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