I love lettuce and John loves radishes. He is newly diagnosed diabetic and snacks on chopped up radishes, bell peppers, carrots etc. Wonderful looking harvest!
These are great makings for a delicious salad.
Look's delicious! Nothing like home grown vegtables Thank You for stopping by ......Julian
Nice, we haven't even planted our radishes yet. I'll have to do that this week. We are growing some fun radishes this year, purple, watermelon, french breakfast and easter egg.
This post is great considering the weird weather you have had as of late. Your begonia will be mailed next week.....
Congrats on your harvest! Your compost is great and I think all cities should have such a place! Sorry about the wind damage and the hose guides are an asset in the gardens. I need to add a few more since enlarging gardens...
Wonderful!! We have been seeing potatoes, beets, carrots, swiss chard, onions, and cilantro coming up in the garden. .The strawberry plants have some blooms and rhubarb is growing well too. I love this time of adventure. .and it won't be long till we harvest too!
Love the basket but totally jealous of you already harvesting. My spring garden was planted this week, no rain finally!
Nothing like fresh produce from one's garden! Looks delicious!!
I think fresh lettuce is so pretty! I thinned a little for the photographer who is going to have an article, I think this Sunday about my gardening and blogging. I didn't have a bowl to put the lettuce in, but ate it later. I need to get out there and do more thinning, maybe tomorrow. I am so ready for more nice weather, and more harvesting!
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