Reaching Out to the Light

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With the seeds placed in the seed incubator only four days ago, these tiny collards seedlings are already reaching-out to the light. Ideally, collards are grown in the late fall and early winter; these will be grown in the greenhouse in containers to produce the early spring harvest. Towards the end of summer, we will germinate more seeds to have a fall and winter harvest in the garden.

The Veggie-Bed can produce collard greens all year by utilizing the seed incubator, greenhouse, and vegetable garden. Even as these seedlings start their way to maturity, mature collards plants grow in the greenhouse here.

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