EDIBLE WEED WALKS and PLANT CLASSES Message Board › Information on eating locally during the winter in Nashville
Two meetup members wrote the material to support the potluck which is rescheduled from Dec. 13 2010 to Monday Feb. 21 2011 at 6:30 at West Nashville Fellowship Hall hosted by Transition Nashville.
Cindy MoonRose, the Meetup Organizer for both groups is speaking at the potluck.
even if you are not planning to attend, I think you should read this info, as it has to do with Plants and eating.
So here is the first part and the link. Hope to see you at the pot luck ... where you can get you free pkg of cool weather loving mesclun salad seed mix Cindy picked out.
Foods That Can Grow In Nashville Area
This first group is what can be fresh harvested during cold weather months or stored in unrefrigerated, chilly temperatures or root cellar temperatures (55-65 degrees):
autumn harvested apples and pears and other fall fruits, beets, beet greens, broccoli, brussel sprouts, dried beans, carrots, caulifower cabbage, collard greens, eggs from chickens or ducks, garlic and green onions, grains sprouted or cracked or rolled or ground into meal or flour such as wheat, rye, millet, amaranth, and corn. Kohlrabi, kale, leeks, lettuce, mushrooms (shitake, oyster, and other gourmet varieties); mustard greens, mustard seeds, mustard family of plants including asian veggies such as pok choy, bok choy, arugula, chinese cabbage, spinach mustard. Nuts: peanuts, black walnuts, hazel nuts. Onions, irish potatoes, sweet potatoes, radishs, daikon radish, rhutabega, spinach, swiss chard, turnips, turnip greens, winter squash, pumpkins, butternut, hubbard, acorn and others...
(You will have to go to the above link, or use remote viewing to read the rest)
LOL Cindy MoonRose