I didn't think I was growing any vegetables this winter, but we've had four or five insanely beautiful 80-degree days, so yesterday Bob and I decided to do some planting. In addition to a wisteria tree (will you still love us, Jo?), an Australian rosemary, a rhododendron and a couple of ground covers, we finally found the Farfugium japonica I've been longing for. So those all went in, along with just a few choice vegetables: snow peas on a pair of teepees (I thought they'd be a nice switch from the sugar snaps), a full bed of favas, and a bed split between Walla Wallas (which we'll harvest as spring onions), garlic (for green garlic) and leeks.
onions (walla walla; approx. 70, bare root)
favas (25 for now, will sow a second batch in between)
garlic (30 cloves)
Need to find a way to get some carrots mixed in there, but other than that, a nice simple crop for this season.