Hello again from Eight Gate Farm! Here is this week's harvest roundup.
First up, garlic scapes:
All 24 cloves planted last fall have produced scapes. Since this is my first time growing garlic, I don't really know what to expect, but it just feels early to me. They sure are tasty, though!
Next, pak choi (many ways to spell that), variety "Ching Chang" (also many ways to spell).
Both of these Asian green varieties are bolting. I really expected them to get bigger before that happened. Maybe it's a consequence of being direct-seeded rather than started indoors. Truthfully, I've reached my limit in both space and patience for indoor-starting. So I will take what I get.
Lastly, more radishes and lettuce/mesclun:
The radishes are winding down, and even starting to bolt in some cases. The greens are still going strong, so many more salads are in the forecast.
That's it for this week. Thanks for reading! And special thanks to Dave at Our Happy Acres for hosting Harvest Monday. Please click back to read all the posts from around the world.