There's more diversity in the harvest now, and that's always a good thing. This week the real treat was strawberries. I picked a little over two pounds. Seeing that the strawberries (Tribute) were planted last year, it's gratifying to get something this delicious in their first full year. There was this picking:
Also a nice head of Green Magic broccoli, just under a pound, along with spring planted spinach.
There was a small head of Snow Crown cauliflower.
This morning I picked some lettuce from the SWC's.
And a little bit of Aspabroc broccoli. The stems are tender in this variety.
Harvests for the year have just passed the twenty pound mark. So far it has been a very good season for cole crops and spinach. I would have liked to get more lettuce but I made some poor decisions in early spring which slowed production. Still the garden is ahead of last year's production.
To see what growers from all different places are harvesting, go to Daphne's Dandelions.