Over-wintered greens

Growing food in northern New Mexico is a unique situation. At 7,000 ft. and in zone 5 with not much rainfall it's amazing that anything lives through the winter. Spinach and arugula are two plants that can be harvested abundantly February-May and longer if some planning is done the previous fall. It is almost magical …

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January in the garden: what to do?

It's January, the garden is covered in snow, local produce is almost nonexistent and daylight is short lived, but now is a great time to be planning next years bounty and for some that have prepared well, harvesting greens planted last fall. Taking a look back on the past year we can see what grew …

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