Today the temperature was above freezing so I ventured out before dark to check on the cold frame before the snow hits tomorrow. Things look pretty sad in there. The only plants with signs of life are the tatsoi, winterbor kale, claytonia, and mache. The claytonia and mache are too small to amount to anything as is the tatsoi. They were planted to late.
The kale looks rather shriveled but I picked some anyways. Some seems freeze dried. I also pulled a few carrots. The little ones that were there in the ground didn't do much, but now taste sweet. I had to go get a trowel to dig out the stubby larger ones because the ground was frozen after the first 1/4 inch. Next year I'll did carrots before the ground freezes.
So here is my token harvest for February: 1 oz kale and 2 oz carrots.
You can see other gardener's harvests at Daphne's Dandelions.