After going through winter, many of our plants are starting to flower. So the ones that shows the sign to flower will have to be pick first. Italian sprouting broccoli still producing many side-shoot sprouts, although the size are getting smaller. Our bloomsdale spinach is not bolt resistance this year. Spring-sowed daikon shows no mercy to me as it wants to join spring flower by giving us flower as well when the roots are still small.
Pest do like kohlrabi, can see the obvious sign of being eaten with many scars on it. Funny-looking parsnips. No beginner luck with purple savoy cabbage this year. Most of them produce small head or bolts. Planted too much rainbow chard last fall. Many of them I left flower in the garden. We harvested some red russian kale last week.
How do you enjoy your Florence fennel?
Harvested most of our over-wintered dragon carrot grown in container inter-planted with garlic and shallots. Bandicoot baby potatoes.
Funny-looking kohlrabi. We sliced them and fried it together with noodles.
Someone was busy again and left the cauliflower and brassica too mature with loose head.
Daikon and Topweight carrot thinnings.
Hope to see whats going in your place after I finished my annual review report.
Wish I can finish it before I fall asleep though.