I'm beginning to pull some of my third planting of radishes, and so far they've been much nicer than my earlier ones. The Walla Walla sweet onions are sizing up nicely, the last one I pulled weighed 5.9 ounces after removing the green top and the long roots. Three nice green onions, from the seeds that were started inside, were pulled. The wind had knocked the tops over onto the newly seeded rows in that bed, so the decision was made to use them in the green stage, rather than wait for them to mature.
I pulled the few heads of garlic that had been transplanted into the triangle gardens. They weren't growing well at all, and can be used now, rather than left to rot in the garden.
The lettuce continues to be the star of the garden, but I pulled the last of the mature heads on Sunday. There are many more young plants growing, while we try to consume the three large bags that are chilling in the refrigerator.
All but one of the January planted Minigold tomatoes have been moved into the garden. I've left the prettiest of the four on the patio, where it continues to blossom freely but be the slowest bearing fruit. The other three have given me a dozen nice little tomatoes this week.
Harvest for the week of 5/28 through 6/03
Lettuce - 42.4 ounces
Garlic - 3.2 ounces
Tomatoes - 4 ounces
Spinach - 26.5 ounces
Onions - 16.7 ounces
Snap Peas - 3.4 ounces
Celery - 4 ounces
Radishes - 2.6 ounces
Carrots - 3.7 ounces
Potatoes - 10.3 ounces
Total for week: 116.8 oz (7.3 lb.)
Total for year: 410.9 oz (25.68lb.)
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!