I was just going to make a video about the cabbage that I had planted. That was mid August, on the day I started fabricating this hydroponic system on a wall. Here is what it looked like when I applied rooting hormone and stuck it in the ground.
It is the darker green plant to the left of my lunch.
The head of lettuce was blocking the sun for our little cabbage patch plant, so I am harvesting all but one leaf of it.
There. This should help it grow.
What a difference six weeks makes from something you would throw away, into a nice cabbage plant.
Take a look at the video. I take you around the rest of my garden. Seedlings and re-rooted plants, including a new squash plant from seed, spinach and lettuce from seed and from throwaway stalk, chives, celery and tomatoes.
Remember those microscopic celery plants that I germinated on August first? They were under a tent in one of my posts. Well they are still tiny but getting their mature leaves now. Here...
They are only about an inch tall!
Celery, parsley, and chives are the ones always buy but never use all of when cooking. I got tired of throwing away 60% of what I bought, so enter my interest in vegetable plants!
It all stems from the old saying waste not want not and my love for cooking.
No wasted food in the garbage and no wasted trips to the veggie stand for parsley.