Monday, January 30, 2012

Harvest Monday 1/24-1/30 2012

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First Radishes!

Spinach and claytonia, to add to a salad

Finally something besides greens! I don't like radishes but my husband does, we were both excited to find these. I'm sure their will be more this week and hopefully some other root veggies. We of course had eggs, along salad greens but not a lot. Everything is slow growing but at least we are at the turning point. One of our fav bloggers (Rick at Stoney Acres) just posted about the amount of day light finally coming up to 10+ hours (read it here). I'm thankful for lessons learned. We have learned a lot, mostly with help from family, friends and other bloggers. Thank you all!

Here is the first list from the Chico Certified Farmer's Market: Saturday January 28th 2012

Herbs- dill, cilantro, parsley, rosemary, sage, thyme, and lemongrass.

Fruit- grapefruits, many varieties of apples, pommelos, hachiya persimmons, oranges, kiwi, mandarins, lemons, Mexican limes, and Palestine limes.

Greens- red Russian kale, dinosaur kale, curly kale, bok choy, arugula, mustard greens, collard greens, many different types of lettuce, tatsoi, swiss chard and spinach.

Root veggies- parsnips, carrots, beets, turnips, daikon, radish, sweet potatoes, and many types of potatoes.

Others- Butternut squash, acorn squash, many types of winter squashes, red cabbage, regular cabbage, napa cabbage, broccoli, romanesco cauliflower, celery, onions, sweet onions, garlic, green onion, leeks, mushrooms, sunchokes, avocado, kohlrabi, sugar cane, thai peppers, chayote, and yucca.

The same as last week with the addition of yucca.

Happy Harvest Monday, we are linking up with Daphne's Dandelions...so go check out with others are harvesting around the world.

9 comments:

Barbie said...

Heres to the first root of the year! They look great.

Norma Chang said...

Yep, the days are getting longer, spring is not too far away. Going to start my Chinese celery seeds this week.

Stoney Acres said...

Oh radishes!! We are still three months away from fresh radishes. There are only two of us around our place that really like radishes but we make up for the rest of them!

Thanks for the mention! I love your blog!

Liz said...

Your radishes look beautiful. Forgive my ignorance but what is Claytonia - its not something I'm familiar with.

kitsapFG said...

New crops for the new year and they are like a tonic for a winter weary soul. I am not a big radish fan either but would do a happy radish dance to pull one from the garden bed right now. They are so cheerful and fast growing that even if not relished for eating, they are fun to grow.

leduesorelle said...

I always get excited about first radishes!

TEAM DEAN said...

Claytonia perfoliata or Miners lettuce, is a succulent and its my new favorite salad green. We are going to try and keep some in the house year room to add to salads.

Mary Hysong said...

I don't buy radishes, but I do grow a few in the garden; they are so mild, crisp and juicy right now I can't get enough of them. Here's to an even better gardening year!

Lynns Urban Garden Diary said...

Your harvest looks wonderful!

Lynn

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