The compost bin seems to think it's time to plant potatoes, but elsewhere in the garden it's time to harvest veggies planted back in the fall.
The cabbage and kale have been nibbled by caterpillars, but I guarantee you that they will still taste wonderful.
The artichokes are looking good. Wire fencing will act as a support for row cover fabric if temperatures drop into the 20's.
Freezing temperatures improve the flavor of rutabaga. This year's freezes have been few and far between, but a couple of freezing nights was enough to do the trick. The rutabaga are fabulous.
Here's a nice surprise. I think I see enough Brussels sprouts for dinner. Pan sauteed with a little garlic and olive oil... yum.
Tonight's harvest of broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and rutabaga will make a tasty meal.