This is Ecobed 2 growing light feeders this year. Its just turned winter and its cool outside. I've just cleared the mulch off this patch of soil and I'm planting leeks. Its another feature of Ecobed design, that you can use the tops of the bed wall to run temporary guide lines just using small nails and a piece of string. I like to transplant my leeks early while they are quite small (these are 200mm) and plant them into holes 100mm deep made by my makeshift dibber.
GROWING CARROTS.....I grow Carrots continuously and harvest them from very small (at the same time thinning the crop) to full size. I mostly steam or roast them in their skins or shred them onto salads when they are small and succulent. As they get bigger they become an important component in vegetable soups and casseroles. http://joharthash.blogspot.com.au/p/blog-page_16.html
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