We came home Saturday afternoon from our week at a secluded lakeside cottage to find the garden out of control, as was to be expected. I'll talk a little about our trip later, but first, the harvests over the two week interval since my last Harvest Monday post.
We got the first kohlrabi. We like the bulb raw in salads, and use the greens as we would any brassica green.
|'Kolibri' (F1) kholrabi|
|Super Sugar Snap peas|
We picked the first Avalanche snow peas. These we typically add to stir-frys. This variety suffered from poor germination this year, which is puzzling, since the seed was new.
|Avalanche snow peas|
We picked the first scallions/green onions/bunching onions/spring onions (why so many names??). These were slender, but so tasty!
|Nabechan (F1) scallions|
I took the last of the Asian greens (bok choy. tatsoi).
|Last harvest of Asian greens|
|Blue Wind hybrid broccoli|
|Sunday general harvest|
|Lake view from porch|
|Canoeing on a calm evening|