Well, voodoo had nothing to do with it, but I was pleasantly surprised to discover that the greens that were done for the season - stripped to the bone by cabbage moths and no longer green, but grey - have started to come back to life. A second-wind crop of kale, collards, and endive!
|Frisee endive (Swiss chard to the left)|
|Lacinato/Dinosaur kale (Red Russian kale to the right)|
|Red Russian kale|
The Swiss chard continues to grow, and the remaining beets still look good.
Cloudy outside and 8 degrees today.