Starting with the "first harvests" is a cutting of garlic scapes from about a dozen of the 40 plants I grew. They are early this year. We love this useful "by product" of garlic production.
Another first harvest is the result of a few onion sets planted last year that only grew this year. When this happens, they inevitably send up a flower stalk. We pulled them and got a nice bit of green onion.
For continuing harvests, several times we picked salad greens from the two mixes, along with more radishes.
Also, we cut what will probably be the last asparagus spears before allowing the plants to leaf out. We will miss having homegrown asparagus!
One of the two salad mixes has some spinach in it, which started bolting this week. We picked it, and enjoyed a nice spinach salad. Also, the remaining Asian greens were all bolting, so they came out too.
|Left: spinach, right: various pac choi|
That's all for this week. Thanks for reading, and thanks to Dave at HappyAcres.blog for hosting Harvest Monday.
Looks like you have the makings for luscious spring salads from your harvests this week. It's always a momentous day when you decide to stop harvesting asparagus.ReplyDelete
What a bounty of beautiful ingredients! I had scapes for the first time last year, and they were good! My farmer's market has them this time of the year, but have not had a chance to get any. Maybe next year when I grow garlic. :)ReplyDelete
I miss garlic scapes since I didn't set out any last fall! I've not had grilled Asian greens, and it does indeed sound like a novel way to use them.ReplyDelete
No garlic? I am shocked.Delete