Planting in the Cold Frame this Warm November
I'm wondering if there are any nuts out there like me who are still trying to plant cold-hardy greens. I was able to successfully transplant a giant collard green plant last month into the cold frame that's thriving now, and sprouted some hardy salad greens. That inspired me to plant Siberian kale from seed outside of the frame, thinking this warm fall might continue and seduced by the word SIBERIAN... and some did come up, but it's staying tiny and not doing to well. So now my question is: is there any hope for sprouting the Siberian kale inside and transplanting it in the cold frame once it's a few inches high, or is it time to accept that I have to stop planting for the year? :-( I love eating fresh greens from the garden and have found I didn't plant enough this year. Thanks in advance for any ideas!