The first of our Mokum carrots, and the last of our kale. This Winterbor kale lasted longer than the other two (Tuscano fell to the caterpillars and their frass first, followed by Redbor), but the remaining leaves have been swiss-cheesed by hungry invertebrates. Time to pull them up and to sow zucchini and another round of pole beans in their place later this weekend!
We also harvested a bunch of Cascadia peas and strawberries today.
Strawberry 'Seascape' Harvesting
Fragaria x ananassa
We’ve been harvesting at least a handful a day for several days now!
Pea 'Cascadia' Harvesting
Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon
A generous handful, but definitely slowing down
Carrot 'Mokum' Harvesting
Daucus carota subsp. sativus
Kale 'Starbor' Harvesting
Brassica oleracea (Acephala Group)
Under attack by caterpillars – will be pulling plants up soon [[Archived]]