At least that’s what it feels like around here, lately. Despite not keeping at all current on posts, the No-Acre Homestead has been plugging along, if not flying at warp speed. I’m going to try to post more frequently, albeit much more briefly. Hopefully, that will keep the lines of communication flowing better than they have been!
Here is today’s offering…harvested from our Edible Driveway during my first cup of coffee.
The red cabbage was planted in November, and produced all winter. All in all, we had nine heads of cabbage, and countless loose leaves plucked as we needed them, from a circular raised bed just 30 inches across.
Now that’s intensive planting!
And, no one can deny that red cabbage is indeed ornamental. People plant it in their front yards all the time, but rarely seem to eat it.
If there’s one thing that’s true about life here at the No-Acre Homestead, it’s that we never let good food go to waste!