Not all the harvest gets pictured. I have been sharing a lot with friends lately. Here are few pictures that do get camera captured.
It’s bumper harvest time.
I am not doing justice to all the fruits of vegetables being harvested, I’m not taking many pictures. Oh well…
March has brought warm temperatures to the region, some of the dormant veggies are showing signs of life. I ventured into the grim garden and managed to pick few veggies.
Happy New Year to all my readers!
Chives growing by the fence
Weather has been fun so far and I have been away most of the year. I am back to Northwest. For the first time this year, I ventured into the mossy soggy garden. To my surprise, I found overwintered green onions and my trusty chives. I am so happy to harvest a bunch of spring onions and generous snips of chives. All were promptly used as garnish on Uttapa I was making for breakfast.
Here is the close-up of trusty chives. Being Perennial, these come up in winter every year.
Generous Snips of chives are my first harvest of the year! Chives got a good haircut.
Spring Onion: 4-5 springs
Chives: a generous bunch for garnish
What did do with all these zucchinis? of course, saved it!
Sharing Summer abundance…
It’s August and I have been picking beans, a LOT of beans… All of this was harvested in the span of 8-10 days.
Plate full harvest of shelling peas, some spinach, green beans and few blueberries
More shelling peas, green beans, 2 jalapeno peppers, blueberries and Yellow pear tomatoes
I continue to harvest beans… more beans, peas, a single radish and an early girl tomato
More beans, tomatoes and rosemary spring…
and here’s the bean patch
Blueberry bush is loaded with fruit
Early Girls are bearing first tomatoes of the season.
Container potatoes are poking out of the ground
I acquired yellow raspberry plant last year, happy to see it bearing fruits.
Methi in abundance
Cooling off with rosemary lemon water. I hacked my rosemary bush this year, plan to dry out excess leaves.
Berry harvest continues…