Do you remember the spaghetti squash I was so worried about last week? Well I’m happy to report Mr. Spaghetti is doing just fine thanks to all your comments on how to care for it.
The area Mr. & Mrs. Spaghetti and the baby squash are growing has become a wee bit over run lately. This little plot of land was a total afterthought and was filled with whatever random plants I had left over at the time. It’s definitely not OCD friendly that’s for sure. It was filled with leftover onion bulbs, squash seeds, and celery, and this morning I decided it was time to spruce it up a bit.
The onions had been begging to be pulled for the last few weeks and some were even starting to go to seed. So this morning I went ahead and cleared out the mini garden and harvested all the onions in one big swoop.
If you grew up in Washington State, then you probably already know, Walla Walla onions are the best onions on the planet
Here are all the onions I was able to harvest from that one little plot. Holy canolies. Looks like French onion soup is on the menu real soon.
Now the question is… What should I plant in this space next?
I’m thinking maybe radishes? But then again, kale does grow all winter long.
~ Peace Out Girl Scouts.
I’ve got to get a turkey in the oven.
Fiskars 3-Piece Softouch Garden Tool Set $14.73 ~ Amazon
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