Category Archives: Harvest

Napa Cabbage

It has been  a cool enough spring that the napa cabbage is actually ripe and didn’t bolt.  inconceivable!  It was also wet enough that the diakon radishes are about 18″ long.  Inconceivable!  Yet, it’s late enough in the season that … Continue reading

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So Much For Winter

and spring, for that matter- it’s supposed to be in the mid 80’s all week!  here’s a quick photo  of a great gift i got from my parents (thanks, mom and dad!).  This gardener’s basket is excellent: big, nice and … Continue reading

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Peach-tastic!

No, i didn’t grow all these: not yet anyway…i’m planting a peach tree next spring, so i’ll be a few years away from this kinds of harvest.  This is 1 bushel of yellow peaches from the farmer’s market, about 46 … Continue reading

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Fingerling Harvest

The rule of thumb for harvesting potatoes is dig them up a week or so after the plant dies off.  This either means that you’re digging up nothing because some sort of disease or bug ate everything, or it means … Continue reading

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Pesto…It’s What’s For DInner

And lots of it…the basil started to bolt a little, so i chopped it down and made a huge batch of pesto.  Most of it will get frozen since there’s only so much pesto one can eat in a week! … Continue reading

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