Winter veggies from seed

This morning, I started three more seedings in my soil flats I cut and saved from the clamshell packaging used by grocery markets to sell fresh produce.

The Tatsoi greens may be too late to get much growth before our first freeze, still perhaps over a month away.

The Kale and Pak Choy should come in just fine, and they have a good chance of surviving well into the mild winters we typically have.  The harshest months are usually mid-December to January, and I have had Kale survive well into the coldest months.  Gotta love Texas weather for gardening!

seedpacks

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