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Sorrel, over-wintered leeks, asparagus & egg harvested last week
Spinach & Kale from the cold frame last week, and a few volunteer garlic shoots. Thank goodness for overwintered greens! See other harvests at Daphne’s.
Last week brought a hard cystaline frost followed by the morning sun. Even though the temperatures were chilly, I went out before breakfast to capture the light and crystal. It also serves as a record of what’s left in the … Continue reading
Tonight’s harvest. The garden got away from me in July, full of weeds, crab grass etc. The squash bugs killed my pumpkin plants. I’m slowly reclaiming the rows and finding harvests along the way. My early planted tomatoes are producing, … Continue reading