We are harvesting, though! This week we got the first snow peas.
Followed a few days later by Super Sugar Snap peas.
We picked tatsoi.
And pak choi.
We actually took by week's end all of the Asian greens, as they were bolting. I have more started which I'll transplant soon.
We took several half-size carrots because we just couldn't wait.
Quite a few of the onion sets have started flowering, I'm guessing due to the cold. As such, they won't keep, so we took some for "spring onions."
The remaining garlic scapes were all cut this week.
Radishes finished out this week, though there are still plenty of turnips left.
And strawberries are in abundance.
There are vegetables I don't have space for, and coincidentally don't like. Things like kohlrabi, sweet potatoes, and parsnips. But The Kitchen Goddess loves them. So she and her mother took a plot at the town's community garden to raise those, and more. This week she brought home the first kohlrabi.
What a weird-looking vegetable! I tried some raw, and it was okay, and the rest in a stir-fry, which was even better. I may coincidentally have some space for it next year.
So despite all my griping about the weather, the garden has been kind to us in many ways. Have to remember the positive things. Thanks for reading, and thanks as always to Dave of Our Happy Acres for hosting Harvest Monday.