This is the side of the new greenhouse. Every day I knock at least this much snow off the thing. Why? It gets dark in there otherwise!
We had a bit of a break in the constant snow around here, so much so that I’m getting a little used to a daily salad. (No snow = more light = happy plants.)
Note the muted light in the greenhouse, yet stuff keeps growing.
I also got a new salad spinner. My last one had had one too many encounters with the hard floor. This new one is bigger so I have to stop myself from filling it full: that’d be too much for the three of us.
But you know what? To my snow-blind eyes, these salad ingredients, even dirt-covered, are SEXY. Do you not agree?
Brune d’Hiver, oakleaf, Freckles romaine, Amish deer tongue, black-seeded Simpson lettuces with red onion, radicchio, red onion and carrot, with some par-cel cutting celery.