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Napa and Nasturtium Recipe to Grow

One of my favorite images from the raised bed garden is featured in this post.  Learn my napa cabbage and nasturtium recipe to grow on this post.  I can still taste the amazing salads we made with red romaine, napa cabbage, and the bright orange Nasturtium blooms.  YOu will learn a few tips on how to grow these in your home garden as well.

Napa Cabbage and Nasturtium Growing Tips

raised bed design ideas for Spring

Everything in this photo was grown from seed except for the napa cabbage that I bought as a starter plant from a local garden center.

harvest in the dome

In this bed was also radishes, beets, and various lettuces.  I shared the planting day of those seeds in this blog post: Spring Planting. 

The best cabbage of any variety I have ever grown has been in the dome during the winter season.  The bugs do not seem to get bother the cabbage-like they do in my raised beds outdoors.

Napa Cabbage and Nasturtium Planting Recipe

  • Start the nasturtium seeds after all danger of frost as a border plant.
  • Be sure to check out what local nurseries and garden centers have in the veggie starter plant department.  I’m noticing a growing trend in oriental veggies.
  • Lettuces are easy to start from seed as long as you do it early in the season and water carefully.
  • Established plants benefit from mulch because it will help keep the plant cool and keep in moisture.

My Cabbage Recipes

I made a Pinterest board with a few of my favorite garden recipes including napa cabbage ideas. Don’t miss the napa cabbage used in rolls – they are AMAZING!
Follow Bren’s board Garden {Recipes} on Pinterest.

Let’s Connect

In conclusion of reading this post, I hope you consider growing napa cabbage nasturtium of your own.  I would love to hear from you so be sure to comment on my website. What are some of your favorite things to grow in the Spring Garden?  Did you find anything interesting in this post?  Images tell the real story so be sure to find me on the social media links on this post and tag @brenhaas.

Happy Planting Recipes,

 

Bren Haas

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