Monday, June 17, 2013

And so it Begins...


First harvest of the season happened this weekend...mesclun mix and two of three strawberries; little hands took the third one before I snapped a picture.

So much more to come and I can't wait!

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  1. We have lettuce to go harvest but it was raining so hard yesterday I decided to wait until today to go get it.

    Enjoy your harvest!

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  2. Yay! We are heading in to week three of daily mesclun salads, and I've picked three small tomatoes already. Love this time of year.

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    1. Me too, every morning I walk around the garden taking a little look to see what might be ready soon. We have three green tomatoes, will be awhile before we eat them. Enjoy your harvest.

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  3. That is a bountiful harvest for June! In a week or two we will be eating home grown lettuce.

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    1. It is pretty good for these parts, and I will enjoy every last leaf :)

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  4. We've been having such cold weather, I think it will be a while before we can plant anything... But we do have radishes that are starting to plump up and green strawberries. Very exciting in deed!

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    1. We have had a slow start to the growing season as well, a little cool and lots of rain, but it is slowly coming around. Hope it does too in your part of the world.

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  5. Hooray! Don't you just love it? I wish you a wonderful bounty this growing season Kim, enjoy!

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    1. I do Tracey, thank you, hope the season is good to you too!

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  6. So much more good to come. Enjoy every morsel. :)

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  7. Yay! That's a reason to celebrate, for sure! I hope there is much more coming your way!

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    1. You bet it is, and yes much more coming our way...fingers crossed :)

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  8. i love the beginning of garden harvest. we just picked our first swiss chard. so many good things to come...i hope.

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  9. I can't wait to see what all your garden produces!

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