Thanks!! Ludi - It was a 3-4in transplant, then again the clover was a bit shorter when it went in. There were more,but I ate 'em. I pluck it back around each transplant that goes in, so they receive some good light coverage. Most vegetables growing are quite shade-tolerant as is so no worries..
H Ludi Tyler wrote:
Ah, that clover is so beautiful! Do you need to trim it back, or do you just let it grow as much as it wants? Did the collard come up through it from seed, or is the collard a transplant?
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