A little photo summary of harvests from the last two weeks or so...
|A giant cucumber, some serious basil, &|
our first heirloom tomato!
|Broccoli, strawberries, toscano kale, close|
to 40 padron peppers, and that heirloom
|An assortment of tomatoes, a couple padrons,|
another bunch of basil, a summer squash,
and another giant cucumber.
|A little rainbow chard, tomatoes, padrons,|
and some mediocre strawberries
(might be inedible due to worms and/or mold)
Impressive! Does your broccoli end up as heads, or as little florets scattered about? I've never had any luck with it, and am wondering what I am doing wrong. Same thing with cauliflower. Are you bringing some of the padrons camping? Would love to try one.ReplyDelete
Your garden is a beast.ReplyDelete
Our broccoli ends up as little florets all around -- I'm never quite sure if I should pick them or if they'll grow into heads if I leave them. Once they start looking like they're going to flower, I pick them, and then I pretend it's broccolini and I'm very happy with the results ;)ReplyDelete
If there are padrons ready to pick Thursday morning, we'll bring them for sure! We typically get 30-40 every 3 weeks or so, but I picked it clean right before Yosemite, so it's still replenishing.
Why thank you!ReplyDelete
(although I did pick 4 and use them in our curry last night)ReplyDelete
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You're growing so many delicious things! :) YUM!ReplyDelete
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The mind is a crazy crazy thing, please explain to me how i have been reading your blog title as kims stick kitchen for the last 5 mins lol i don't even understand how lol. great veggies by the way. I tried with arugula and basil a few weeks back epic fail. I don't know why i though i could take hydroponic plants n pot them in soil...lesson learnedReplyDelete
Haha I have no idea why your brain did that, but I'm glad you stuck around :) I had never heard of hydroponic plants...had to look it up just now!ReplyDelete
lol at the time i had no idea either, they died in two daysReplyDelete
haha, I guess sometimes you have to learn the hard way :)ReplyDelete
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These vegetables all look very delicious! When I move to my new home I am going to try starting a garden in my backyard. I hope they turn out as beautiful as yours!ReplyDelete
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