The harvests are getting slower. Even the tomato harvest. It looks like 4.66 lbs from the tally, but the reality is that most of them were picked earlier green and they ripened up. As soon as they ripen they get added. I'm not a big fan of green tomatoes so I don't add them until they are edible to me. I did still pick one little tiny Cherokee Purple. I don't know how many more there are left. I pick them as soon as they blush so have plenty from the previous week on the counter, but with our temperatures getting into the 30s at night (last night and more predicted later this week), I doubt they will ripen very fast.
This week I spent money. I haven't yet added it to the tally. I bought myself cedar and hardware for some raised beds. I haven't bought it all yet, and I need to order soil. But I'm getting there. I'm wondering if I should wait to add it in next year since I won't even be using the beds until then. So how long does a cedar bed last? 10 years?
- Cucurbits 0.39 lbs
- Greens 1.25 lbs
- Herbs 0.69 lbs
- Turnip 0.16 lbs
- Tomato 4.66 lbs
- Spent this week: $0 (sort of)
- Total harvested this week 7.15 lbs
- Total for the year 303.91 lbs
- 2010 Tally $962.47
Harvest Monday is a day to show off your harvests, how you are saving your harvest, or how you are using your harvest. If you have a harvest you want to show off, add your name and link to Mr Linky below.