Hi, im not to sure on the actual varieites.. they were passed onto me thru the family.. one is from a great-grandmother. One is very vigorous, and the other not so much.. but both have continued to grow well for the last three years. Im always dividing them.. your most welcome for a clump if you like.
I have a few of your books.. love the photography you do.. its awesome.
I see you are growing chicory. My partners Nona gave me some "Radicchio" seeds she collected from her own plants. Her English is very limited and I struggled to get much info about them from her. I sewed them in a seed raising tray having no idea what was going to emerge! Do you know anything about "Italian chicory" is is too late to be planting seedlings out? How should I space them? Any tips appreciated.
The Rocket seeds she also gave me have produced prolifically and is some of the tastiest rocket I've ever tried :)
Thanks for 'Growing Vegetables Year Round' A great little book. I've consulted it often. Nice to meet you on Ooobie.
I think it is so hopeful, how gardening is bringing people together, all over the world, for a common purpose.