Closing down the condo farm - at least for a few months.
(Katie holding out my extremely healthy Rapini, which managed to survive despite less than ideal conditions in my condo farm)
My first harvest at the condo farm is complete. Despite my best efforts to neglect many of the plants near the end of their life cycles, several varieties of vegetables managed to grow and even thrive in my tiny artificial fields.
The story I wrote for the Star is here. If you want the Coles Notes version, the lettuce did fairly well, curosity led me to allow my beans to die a premature death, and I should never be trusted with mint.
I do plan to grow radishes again. Yanking them from their tiny pots and biting off their tops was extremely satisfying - especially after a long day.