"My Aunt Jane," remarked Peter, "used to say that an old teacher of hers told her that when she was going to recite or speak in public she must just get it firmly into her mind that it was only a lot of cabbage heads she had before her, and she wouldn't be nervous."
"One mightn't be nervous, but I don't think there would be much inspiration in reciting to cabbage heads," said the Story Girl decidedly.
And after that head splits, my other cabbage heads
, not as far along as the first, are also likely to swell, then split.
"One acre produces at least 8,000 cabbage heads
. Ordinarily, traders come for the produce at the farm," the chief says, adding that she makes around Sh200,000 per harvest.
KIMJANG, THE TRADITION OF MAKING KIMCHI, IS MUCH LIKE THE FILIPINO "BAYANIHAN" CONCEPT BECAUSE IT BRINGS TOGETHER ENTIRE KOREAN VILLAGES AND NEIGHBORHOODS (AND, HOPEFULLY, THE WHOLE OF NORTH AND SOUTH KOREA) TO TURN MILLIONS OF CABBAGE HEADS
INTO FOOD AND NUTRITION FOR THE PEOPLE.
It must have been true love, scavenging for still edible cabbage heads
are ready for harvest when they're fully firm but not rock hard.
If cabbage heads
grow too large too fast, they may split.
in the loamy soil, apple trees lined up
In the 1970s and the 1980s, farmers took hours to melt the frost wrapped around cabbage heads
, Alos said.
* Heavy rain can cause almost-ready cabbage heads
and kale plants were harvested end of November 2008 and were stored in an unheated greenhouse in trenches to the spring while ornamental kale plants were left in the field from winter to spring and then buds were collected after the flowering.
It also works well with elongated vegetables ranging from rhubarb to leek and celery, in addition to firm round vegetables such as cabbage heads
, and fruits including banana, melon, pineapple, apple, mango and papaya.
Scattered across the first table, in the show's eponymous Hot Hot House (all works 2010), are seven cucumbers--five fresh (from hothouse growers) and two coated in nickel-plated plastic--strongly recalling Fluxus artist Robert Watts's early-1960s chrome-plated sculptures of food items such as eggs, chocolates, cabbage heads
, and sticks of butter.
Ornamental grasses Sedum heads turn rich red Cyclamen has great colours Ornamental cabbage heads
Hydrangeas grow well in containers Pyracantha is easy to train Leave heads on pretty clematis Retain stems on hardy fuschias Buy a bench to enjoy late sun