I'm calling this the first real harvest of the season, because there was some variety to it. The first cole crop was picked, a Kolibri kohlrabi:
And Tribute strawberries. This picking was nearly a pound:
The overwintered spinach was a real disappointment this year, with the leaves turning brown. Good thing I planted a row of spinach this spring. Most years the spring-planted spinach fails to produce. This year I planted a new variety, Reflect, a semi-savoyed type. It is supposed to be an early maturing spinach. I picked a two heads this weekend, along with more strawberries,
Last night I picked a small head of Snow Crown cauliflower, and more berries.
There are three spinach plants left. It's amazing that they haven't shown any signs of bolting yet. Since today was quite warm I think I'll pick them tonight. And there's a head of broccoli that is just about ready to pick. . .
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