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Abnormal Winter Growth on My Vegetable Garden

Our plants are not well-adapted for rapid and sustained changes in temperatures

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I took these photos on January 1st, 2022. A week before Christmas temperatures rose and they stayed there. My lettuce feels great. I keep it under a thin blanket, but that’s about it. No artificial heating or lighting.




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Marjan Krebelj

Marjan Krebelj

Once an architect, now a freelance filmmaker/photographer with a small vegetable garden on the side. I run marathons too.

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