Not a bad haul this week, but things are about to bust loose next week, when I'll get cauliflower, the first cucumbers (knock on wood), and a lot of cabbages. This year the date that brassica seedlings are set out and when they are harvested have little relation. Plants that were set out nearly a month apart are maturing at the same time. That's how it goes sometimes.
Here's the pickin's this week. First some lettuce. Temperatures have been mild so far and not many lettuce plants have bolted. I may even get some spring planted spinach next week unless there's a heat wave:
And a few days later some cole crops, including the first Gonzalez cabbage of the year:
The mild temperatures have made for nice brassicas, while the okra, eggplant and sweet potatoes have been slow to grow. Totals for the week: lettuce 25 oz, cabbage 22 oz, kohlrabi 24 oz. Totals for the year 20.8 lbs. Production is ramping up.