A novice vegetable gardener introduces the growth of vegetables, trips, and foods from Osaka, Japan.
Jan 22, 2011
Today my family visited my parents with bringing some harvests like Chinese cabbages (hakusai), daikon radishes and cabbages to them. The planting bed where those vegetables were planted should be moved laterally about 30cm for creating space for new planting beds along plastic panel and we had to pick out all of the vegetables.
The hakusais look good-shaped but I'm not satisfied with the cabbages and daikons since they are so small and some deformed daikons ( split-roots ) were found.
It was luckily warmer today and my wife and daughter came out to my garden to help me.
My wife praised me for creating new planting beds and she looks forward to planting more vegetables. I wonder what kinds of vegetables can be planted in the mid cold winter but komatunas and spinaches are most prospective.