|Amazing Taste cauliflower|
The Tromba d'Albenga zucchinis have produced a late flush of squash, not the biggest and most beautiful, most of them didn't get fully pollinated so they aren't as big as they were earlier in the season, but they are still firm and delicious. This was the harvest yesterday and there were a few smaller ones earlier in the week.
The photos don't make it obvious that the 3 zukes shown above weighed 1/2 pound more that the 6 shown below.
The Watermelon radishes are sizing up seemingly one at a time, which is fine by me, I don't need a glut of them.
I was able to harvest about a pound of Lacinato kale and still leave plenty of leaves on the plants.
This was one harvest of Di Ciccio broccoli shoots before I trimmed off the tough lower stalks and leaves. I tally the broccoli after I trim it.
Also harvested but not photographed this week were a few more tomatoes, more cucumbers, a couple of handfuls of snow peas, the entire harvest of Aji Angelo peppers from my one poor little potted plant, and a small handful of Padron peppers. And one more onion made the tally, only one left in the stash now.
Here's the harvests for the past week:
Di Ciccio broccoli - 2 lb., 2.3 oz.
Amazing Taste cauliflower - 2 lb., 15.1 oz.
Green Fingers cucumbers - 22.6 oz.
Lacinato kale - 15.6 oz.
Red Candy Apple onion - 1 lb., 4.8 oz.
Golden Sweet snow peas - 2.8 oz.
Aji Angelo peppers - 7.6 oz.
Pimento de Padron peppers - 2.9 oz.
Watermelon radish - 17.5 oz.
Chianti Rose tomato - 11.5 oz.
Potiron Ecarlate tomato - 1 lb., 3.9 oz.
Sweet Gold cherry tomatoes - 1 lb., 1 oz.
Tromba d'Albenga zucchinis - 2 lb., 12.9 oz.
The total harvests for the last week were - 16 lb., 8.5 oz.
Which brings the total harvests for 2014 up to - 1148 lb., 4.4 oz.
Harvest Monday is hosted by Daphne on her blog Daphne's Dandelions, head on over there to see what other garden bloggers have been harvesting lately.