Monday, April 19, 2010

Harvest Monday - April 19, 2010

Red Express Cabbage - 2lbs

Snow peas - 4 oz.

Lettuce mix - 4 oz.

Lettuce mix - 2 oz.

Strawberries...these are the ones that escaped immediate munching - 5 oz.

Trovita orange - 2 count

Harvest Mondays are hosted by Daphne at Daphne's Dandelions. Check out what's being harvested!

8 comments:

Sheila said...

You have quite the hall there Jackie. I need to work on my veggies!

Angela said...

Nice harvest! I specially like your red cabbage, since mine bolted without making a head.

What kind of oranges are Trovitas? I am currently selecting orange varieties to add to my orchard and never heard of those before...

Daphne said...

I'm like you. I weigh the things that make it into the house. I wonder how many cherry tomatoes and raspberries were picked and eaten fresh this year and never got weighed. Your purple cabbage is just beautiful. Or should I call it red?

michelle said...

Good looking harvest! I planted some Seascape strawberries on a whim this spring and they've just started ripening - oh they are good.

Jackie said...

Thanks, Shelia. Best wishes on your veggie garden!

Angel, Trovita oranges are a variety that supposedly don't need a lot of heat to ripen fruit. I got the tree a couple of years ago from Four Winds. http://www.fourwindsgrowers.com/

Daphne, I think that cabbage is purple, too. It's strange how plant breeders name things sometimes...

Michelle, it's funny you mention Seascape strawberries. I was thinking about putting some in last fall, but never did. These are called Eversweet.

Terra said...

Yum, yum, yum and pretty too. I planted some Seascape strawberries recently, and have no fruits or veggies yet.

Daphne said...

Oh the red cabbage. Michelle had a red cabbage too and I'm just drooling over them. They look so pretty.

Stevie from GardenTherapy.ca said...

great harvest. I think red cabbage from the garden tastes the best!