Spring has sprung in the gardens and forest! Lots of perennials popping back up. If you were wondering what they look like, here's part one.
Hablitzia tamnoides is one of the earliest perennials to start to grow. We have ours planted in the forest garden at the base of the fruit trees. They take advantage of the light before trees leaf out.
A couple pictures of the chef's garden which has larger rows for easy harvest compared to the blobs and swirls of the forest garden underplanting. Left is Welsh Onion and right is Patience Dock.
Tuber and bare root sales
If this has you wondering if it might be time to order tubers. I'll be doing a survey and posting numbers shortly.
All about growing, selecting and using edible plants in the Ottawa valley.