First harvests for some crops this week. We took a few "Nelson" carrots to see how they were shaping up. Not overly large yet, but sweet, crunchy, and delightful.
And the first Sugar Snap peas were taken. They are about 10 days behind the snow peas, and as before, the resulting plants were not all true Sugar Snaps. So the crop will not be large this year, but they are tasty. I've used up the last of this seed lot, and am in the market for a replacement variety.
And the true snow peas are giving us a harvest like this every two days, which we are enjoying in our salads but might have to start freezing soon.
We took the very last of the tatsoi.
And the turnips are winding down, also great thinly sliced in our nightly salads.
The continuing harvests are now demoted to group-photo status.
This soup pea crop is not ready for harvest, because the pods will be dried on the vine and will turn ugly. So I wanted to show it while it is still pretty.
Lastly, lavender to please the other senses besides taste.