Videos A Quick Tour Through the Gardens by David The Good December 2, 2020 written by David The Good December 2, 2020 Before the frost… It is 25 degrees outside right now and the sun is just coming up. We’ll see how everything did – should know in a couple of days. Share this post!FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestRelated posts:Is Double-Digging Worth It?Mud BricksMeet the Jing Huang MangoBuilding Simple BookcasesTracking Yields in 2022 4 comments PinterestWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post First Frost in Five Years! next post Frost Pictures Related Articles Crash Gardening Season 2: The Japanese Persimmon November 24, 2014 Getting Ahead on Youtube: Content vs. Quality? April 18, 2023 A Food Forest Apartment Complex October 3, 2021 How NOT TO KILL Your Garden May 18, 2020 Deliciously Illegal Tonka Beans May 10, 2017 Thank You, Darling August 10, 2021 Increase Fruit and Vegetable Yields with this One... July 21, 2017 How To Grow Mushrooms in a 5-Gallon Bucket December 19, 2014 Creating Paths in a Food Forest August 28, 2019 300-Year-Old Food Forest October 18, 2012 4 comments William Villar December 2, 2020 - 2:36 pm The things I expected to get nuked, moringa, canna lillies, ginger, plantains, did. Some citrus burn as well, which always makes me nervous since I’ve lost so many over the years. Hopefully the damage isn’t as bad as it looks, only time will tell. Reply David The Good December 2, 2020 - 5:48 pm Yeah, my banana trees are toasted. Cabbage looks beat. Daikons and turnips are okay, I think. Reply Feather Blade December 6, 2020 - 7:38 pm I think I vaguely remember daikon being a winter crop in Japan (maybe it was cabbages…), but I don’t remember if the farmers I saw were using hoop houses to protect it. Reply David The Good December 7, 2020 - 6:38 am Probably depends on where in Japan. The frost did touch these guys a bit but they are pushing through. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.