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Oprah Just Won Farmer's Market Season with This Gigantic Cabbage from Her Garden

Country Living logo Country Living 5/22/2020 Rebecca Norris


Related video: Oprah harvested a humongous cabbage in her garden (provided by In the Know)

  • Oprah took to Instagram to show that she is not only a media mogul but also an expert gardener.
  • Her video shows a recently harvested cabbage of gigantic proportions.

Oprah is back on her garden game with mind-boggling garden harvests that we wish we could replicate in our own backyard.

On May 21, Oprah took to Instagram to share a video of her latest enviable crop: a cabbage that is quite literally bigger than her torso. In fact, with all its sprawling leaves, it could very well be bigger than half her body.

“The Lockdown has not stopped green things from growing,” she captioned the post. “I get a lot of joy from gardening. Anyone else enjoy? #HarvestDay”

Yes, Oprah, we enjoy—we’re green with envy over your crazy-big crop. What’s even crazier, however, is the way in which it was grown.

“Y’all are not going to believe this, but this is a cabbage that just came out of my garden” she said in the clip. “Just pulled from the garden. I’m telling you, not one chemical used whatsoever because we don’t believe in it around here. And this is gonna make a lot of good slaw for Memorial Day.” She closed the clip nearly dropping her newest prized veggie, which she admitted to actually being quite heavy.

Needless to say, we’re not the only ones picking our jaws up off the ground after seeing her greens. Kate Hudson wrote, “Oprah!!! Stop it! That is so beautiful” followed by late-night host Andy Cohen wrote, “Mesmerizing!” followed by the hashtag #BountifulGarden.

This isn’t the first time Oprah’s broken the internet with her lush crop. Back in 2018 she shared a bounty that made followers swarm her comments section with questions of how to become an equally-as-fruitful gardener.

Here’s to hoping Oprah keeps up the harvest posts so that we can live vicariously through—and be inspired by—her garden.


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