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First Harvest of the Year!

Thursday, 29 Apr 10 Overcast 15°C / 59°F

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Some tasty pea shoots with a few radish thinnings. Stirred it into some pasta with tuna – very tasty.

You can see post harvest in the second pic. I harvested from the right hand side – still lots left and they should re-grow soon.

All from incredibly cheap “mushy-pea” dried peas (pic 3).

Also more salad leaves beginning to sprout as well as the two types of pea I sowed directly into the border.


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Day 18

Pea Shoots - Bachelor's Dried Peas

Pisum sativum

Harvesting 1.0 x bowl
Day 5

Lettuce Mixed Salad

Lactuca sativa

Day 5

Rocket - Wild

Eruca sativa

Day 5


Nasturtium officinale

Day 11

Pea - Dorian (border sown)

Pisum sativum

Day 11

Pea - Meteor (border sown)

Pisum sativum



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