Also, cabbage worms have arrived. Despite my floating row covers, they managed to find their way inside and have chewed fairly sinister looking holes in the leaves of my cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower. I may have to revert to plan B: operation pantyhose.
Here is how our garden is growing this week (you can check out last week here):
Mounds of harvested spinach headed for the freezer.
Garlic scapes are almost ready.
The tomatoes are getting bigger - it won't be long now!
Bunches of carrots.
Mustard greens. I'm searching for ways to enjoy eating this one. Recipes anyone?
Snow wind peas. Rows alternating with more radishes.
Arugula is flowering. I will be attempting to save seed.
A nice long pepper on a very wind damaged pepper plant.
Mystery winter squash.
Cherries. This bush was planted last year, so we'll only get a small sample this year.
Pak Choy. It's so pretty I almost don't want to eat it. Almost.