Last week was the week of little harvests, while this was the week of big harvests. Part of the issue is that I decided to weigh the beans and some of the squash that hasn't been weighed yet. So now all the dried beans are accounted for.
And the squash is mostly counted. I have two I'm not sure that will ripen or not and two I'm pretty sure have no chance at all.
Then there were the carrots. I took all the carrots out of the main bed that were even close to big enough. I still have the circle garden area that gets some real sun in the fall and are much much bigger. If I need them, I'll use them for Thanksgiving. Otherwise I'll use these. Either way the circle garden bed that is surrounded by brick path will keep warmer as we go into winter than the main beds. The main beds just get no sun at all right now. The sun is behind the houses.
And last but not least. This week I finally finished up the Asian greens, so picked some more. The white stemmed bok choy was starting to bolt so I picked all that had little flowers starting to form. I'll eat that first. The green stemmed and the tatsoi don't bolt as quickly. The tatsoi won't bolt at all this fall and will keep better during the winter than the bok choy. So that will be the last picked. Fun Jen doesn't keep well either, but I'm just picking it as needed for salads. I haven't wanted many recently. I've been eating soup every day, but very few salads.
- Beans 4.06 lbs
- Carrots 4.33 lbs
- Cucurbits 9.42 lbs
- Greens 2.34 lbs
- Weekly Total 20.15 lbs
- Weekly Spent $0
- Yearly Total 565.62 lbs
- Veggie Garden was worth $1260.23
- Fruit 1.87 lbs
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.