Russet Norkota potatoes, the last of the garlic, and a few raspberries. These potatoes tended to fall apart when boiled, so I think they'll probably be best for baking.
The first shelling peas of the season. The carrots are going fast, I should have planted many, many more.
Here are the peas all shelled, just under 4 ounces.
Sugar snap peas, the second zucchini of the year, tomatoes and raspberries.
Celery, carrots. the last of the spring beets and lettuce.
Walla Walla Sweet onions.
Dark Red Norland and Yukon Gold potatoes, peas and zucchini #3. Already the zucchini are getting ahead of me! It's time for some zucchini bread.
The next three photos are of the same potato harvest. I had to have three pounds for a big potato salad for Sunday's family dinner, and I ended up bringing in 4 1/2 pounds! I've already harvested nearly 15 pounds, and I haven't even started digging yet. They've all been taken from near the surface, just feeling around with my fingers.
Over 4 1/2 pounds.
Both the Dark Red Norland and Yukon Gold are sizing up nicely. This red weighed over 7 ounces and the gold over 6 ounces.
Here they are, all spread out. The bowl is filled with Minigold tomatoes.
Sweet peas (edible) and sweet peas (smellable). I didn't think the sweet peas were ever going to bloom! The aroma is heavenly, even from this small bouquet.
A few more sugar snap peas, and enough raspberries for breakfast.
Some of the "flopper" onions were brought in to use for Sunday's dinner. I didn't get a picture of them, but they did get added to the total for the week. The rest are hanging in the shed to dry, and won't be weighed until the tops are cut off.
Harvest for the week of 6/11 through 6/17 (in ounces)
Beets - 6.7
Carrots - 16.1
Celery - 4.4
Garlic - 8.3
Lettuce - 10.3
Onions - 43.7
Peas, shelling - 25.3
Peas, snap - 15.3
Potatoes - 153.8
Radishes - .4
Raspberries - 15.9
Squash, summer - 29.8
Total for week: 340.5 oz (21.28 lb.)
Total for year: 1002.2 oz (62.64 lb.)
Daphne's Dandelions is the host for Harvest Monday, where everyone can share links to their harvest for the week. Please visit her blog and leave a link, so we can enjoy your harvest photos!