DANIEL MOUNT GARDENS PROFESSIONALLY IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. HE LIVES ON A SMALL FARM IN CARNATION, WASHINGTON. HE SHARES THE INSPIRATION HE GETS FROM HIS WORK AND THE NATURAL WORLD IN THIS JOURNAL.
Saturday, October 3, 2009
I'm not a vegetarian, but I couldn't resist kissing this cabbage. I grew 12 different types of cabbage this year, which amounted to over 120 heads. This one, "Perfection Drumhead Savoy" an heirloom from 1888, was by far the biggest. It has a bigger head than I do.