So here are some selected pictures.
Chive Blossoming, just waiting for the bumble bees to come by.
Wild strawberries and strawberries flowers under the apple tree.The border looks good with natural wood fell that I dragged back with D.
I will be pulling out the last of the Rainbow Swiss Chard later this week to make room for the new plants this weekend.Here is a Tuscan Rainbow Swiss Chard Ragout that I made not that long ago. Its based on and adapted from a Tuscan Kale Ragout recipe.
Smothered in Panko and Baked in the oven.
Here are some wigwams and bean frames with peas and purple and neckar gold climbing beans.
In long container pots I have radishes, i think some of them wil be ready next week for harvesting. I may make Radish Leaf and Radish Tartlets; Fenugreek and Radish Rice; or Asparagus and Radish Pasta Salad again or something new all together.
This is our carrot box. I will be weeding it soon.
The invasive mint below the pear tree
Here is the pear tree. It looks like it may be another promising year.In the greenhouse the mixed lettuces are doing really well. I have sowed them into a old drainage pipe. Its working well. I have another hanging off the fence in the garden.
Gooseberries are being to fatten up, then they will turn red and then some cheeky bird will steal them.
I am sharing this blog post with Dave over at Happy Acres who hosts Harvest Monday every week.