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We continue to harvest greens for salad each week. Last Monday we finished up the garden work. Now to stay on top of the weeds that sprout through the mulch and fight the gout weed as it tries to come … Continue reading
As usual, the blog goes quiet when work picks up outside. We have had a few harvests lately, lettuce, overwintered leeks, sorrel, spinach, bok choy and tatsoi. We had a great stir fry with our bok choy this week as … Continue reading
This harvest looks remarkably the same as the last one. Some greens are starting to bolt so we’re enjoying the flowering parts of them too. Harvests this year: 10 oz. Linking to Daphne’s Dandelions.
Here’s my first harvest of 2013. The slow start to spring means that it has taken a while for the greens in the cold frame and hoop frame to begin to size up again. The sorrel has just sprouted as … Continue reading