Things Tom Kasper is pretty excited about: microgreens (eating and growing them throughout the winter), forcing tulip and daffodil bulbs (or encouraging them, if you prefer) and KUMD's new feature, The Simple Plate.
Gardeners, apparently, come in one of two forms: the Oscar Madisons, who leave everything standing in their gardens, even after the first frost. They like the idea of providing food, cover, and habitat for the little wild things in their years.
Felix Ungers, on the other hand, clear everything out of the garden and leave everything spick and span, satisfied they've not given any bad insect or plant diseases a place to overwinter.
Tom Kasper celebrates 22 years hosting Tips for Hardy Gardeners with reminders to water your vegetables if you didn't get any rain over the past few days, and that it's the perfect time of year to divide and share perennials.