In March, I discovered this one seed in a mismarked envelope. I wasn't sure it would do much since according to the dates of the other packages it was rather old. Naturally, I didn't have the heart to throw it away. Into a peat pot it went. Like my other nursery plants it sprouted and grew in the little pot until I transplanted it into the cabbage bed.
Mid-summer, I noted the stunted growth and transplanted it near my herbs. However, the transplanting didn't seem to increase the growth response much. After we had an early October snow cover which finished off the herb garden, I was tempted to turn the plant over into the fall garden bed. But again I hesitated but mostly because it seemed to say "not yet, please". So I left it to continue.
With all the busyness of the past six weeks, I hadn't taken time to visit that end of the garden. Instead, I'd watched from my kitchen window this spectacular foliage growth. Tomorrow I will show you what I discovered four days ago. If you already know, don't tell!