I’ve just gotta say that I had a great time visiting everyone’s garden posts last week- you all are rockin’ gardeners!
Here’s a look at what I’m harvesting from my garden:
Every year I try to plant an early and a later broccoli but they all seem to mature at once. We’ve got four more heads in the fridge. This is the first of our cabbage, though, and the first year I’ve grown the early, heirloom pointy head variety. It’s definitely ready before the traditional ones.
I’ve still got some lettuce (this is a butterhead) in the garden, with some more warmer weather ones that should be ready in a few weeks. The spinach, however, bolted just as some of the leaves got big enough to harvest. Since it hasn’t been warm, I can only conclude that it had been in the ground long enough and was done whether it was warm or not!
See that lone onion? That’s a Walla Walla sweet that I planted from starts a couple of months ago. Some of them have decided to send up a seed stalk (you can see it in the middle of the leaves (is that what they’re called on onions?)- it’s pretty small here) and I pick them as soon as I notice them so that I can still use them for green onions. If left in the garden, the hard center seed stalk becomes bigger and less of the onion is usable. You just have to use them as you get them sometimes in the garden.
Now it’s your turn to link up your garden posts-