We have six hoop houses and this winter there is mainly kale and swiss chard along with lettuce, spinach, radishes, and a large rosemary bush. When they are not covered in snow, we’ll cut some greens for the chickens, to add a little variety to their diet. When it snows, it gives the plants some insulation, so unless the snow weighs too much, we leave it alone.
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The snow has melted off my hoop houses so I opened them up and watered the plants. Kale and Swiss Chard is doing good; so the chickens got a nice snack. The lettuce and radishes are hanging in and the spinach (which I planted late, about November), are barely there but if they can live until March, I would bet they’ll take off. Also a whole lot of cotyledons in one bed. I suspect I spilled some seeds. They look exactly like they did last time I opened the hoop houses so I hope they spent the last month or so growing roots.
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