I know it is mid winter and winter gardens get planted in August at the latest, but we have been looking at an acre of winter vegetables and have been inspired to complete a long needed update of this document. It is version 4.0 and full of new info and opinions. Let us know what you think and we will update it like open source software, slowly but surely.

Big Willamette Winter Garden Chart 4.pdf

Western Front Kale was one of the best winter vegetables in 2010

3 Comments on Jan 23rd 2011

3 Responses to “The Big Willamette Winter Gardening Chart”

  1. Scott says:

    Let’s not forget Miner’s Lettuce (Claytonia perfoliata) -) We are going to be harvesting wild open-pollinated seed soon. Let us know if you’d like some.

  2. Gayle says:

    Wow! I just discovered your site, blog and the wonderfully detailed winter chart! I teach Veg gardening and will be definitely recommending you guys to my students!

  3. [...] Dispatch from the land of kale:  have you started your winter garden?  The cool kids (i.e., not me) are planning already, but I’ve been happily monitoring the spread of better, more tender varieties of kale. For kale, you see, should go in now, as should many of the crucifers.  Consider taking a winter gardening class if you see one in your area, and if you are fortunate enough to live in the Willamette Valley or the maritime PNW, download Adaptive Seeds’ maestro farmer Andrew Still’s comprehensive chart of Willamette winter gardening. [...]

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