My sugar snap peas are turning out to be a loss. Something, either birds or rats, have found the plants to be quite delicious so they are shrinking and disappearing rather than growing.
So, here are some photos of my winter vegetables:
Brassicas, Beets, and Carrots
Another pot of cutting lettuces coming along.
Olive Leaf Rapini
The Olive Leaf Rapini will produce long smooth edged leaves when it start to produce flower heads. It's one of my favorite rapinis because it is not as bitter as other rapinis that I've tried so I can get my husband to eat it!
Nearly all the garlic has sprouted. Behind the garlic bed is the bulbing fennel that I let go to seed. It is producing new shoots from the base. Sometimes the second growth will form a bulb and sometimes not. Regardless, the young leaves are very tasty added to green salads or used as an herb.