Tag Archives: Bok Choi

What’s Up

A version of this post appeared on Eating Well Magazine’s website There’s an old Vermonter’s adage that you plant seeds on Town Meeting Day. It’s a big day: not only do we practice direct democracy here (we’ve dragged our kids to … Continue reading

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Ahoy, Bok Choy

Cross-posted at Eating Well Magazine   They are already up! The Bok Choy (a variety of chinese cabbage) seeds have sprouted, only three days after they were planted.  Mind you, what I see are but the first embryonic leaves, the … Continue reading

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First Seeds

March 12: The clocks sprang ahead this morning, and, dare I say it,  it feels as if the second snowiest winter on record in Vermont could be starting to fade —  with a rush of melting snow, flooded fields, and … Continue reading

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