The garden was wonderfully generous this week, and I have another 'first' harvest for me this week. (I'm a tease though, so I'm saving it until the end!)
Linking in a bit late to Daphne's Dandelions to join in the fun! Be sure to stop by all the wonderful party hoppers and see what people are harvesting all over the world!
This weeks harvest is chock full of pictures, and I didn't even catch ALL the harvests, LOL>
The week started with a turnip, some smallish carrots that I needed out of the bed, and some broccoli side shoots so I could pull the plant and put it out of it's heated misery. I still have a few plants, but these were the hottest plants, in the most direct sun. The mulberries are still coming at about a cup a day, sometimes more. I REALLY need to find something to do with them. We are all sick of eating them now and they just don't freeze well, at all. Mushy and gross, nick!
I'll wait another week until I dig the rest up. The main bed that the others are in the plants are withering and turning yellow so I know the timing is certainly right, but if this spud is an indicator I'd like just a little more size. Besides, there just isn't much time between now and then to 'dig' into such a project. *Snort*
Tally for the week: Blue berries: 3lb 12oz, Mulberries4lb 2oz, Snap peas 14oz, English peas(final) 1lb 3.6oz, yellow wax beans 1lb 4.3oz, Green Beans 7.5oz, Broccoli 2.1oz, Turnip14oz, Cuke 4oz, Cabbage 7lb 3oz, Tomato 5oz, Potato 4oz, Carrots 4oz, Greens 13oz, Lettuce 12oz
Thanks for stopping by for Harvest Monday!
'Till next time!