I pulled the last of my spinach out today, and all the remaining miner’s lettuce. The spinach was all bolting, and the miner’s lettuce was looking a bit ragged. i also removed the escarole that overwintered — it was bolting and too bitter even for me to enjoy. I really, really like miner’s lettuce and am quite pleased with how it performed this spring.
I planted the dill that I got from my cousin C in between a few of the greens — by the time it gets big, the greens will be done. I think I will put one tomato plant in the spot the miner’s lettuce occupied and experiment with training it up the pea trellis.
I also removed half of the evergreen bunching onions that I direct seeded, and replaced them with a large hunk of seedlings for the same plant that i got from C. Then I noticed that my wintersown evergreen bunching onions looked pretty good, so I stuck them in the same spot. There are a few direct-sown seedlings remaining.
Spinach, Teton Harvesting
Miner's Lettuce (SW #2) Harvesting
Escarole, overwintered Harvesting