Harvest Monday is here again. I managed to get out to the garden between showers to harvest a few things this week. There isn't a super abundance of anything, well, there's really no abundance at all right now, but I'm not really complaining because I'm happy there's something at all. I picked enough variety of tender greens to make a nice salad. The bowl contains mixed baby lettuces, Golden Corn Salad, Vit Mache, tender young fava leaves, and sprigs of chervil.
I got just enough Olive Leaf Rapini and Golden Chard to make a nice saute for two.
And a bunch of cutting celery that went into soup with tomatoes that I canned last September.
Here's the totals for the week:
Golden Chard - 6.25 oz.
Olive Leaf Rapini - 7.5 oz.
Cutting Celery - 4.25 oz.
Golden Corn Salad - .5 oz.
Chervil - .25 oz.
Fava leaves - .5 oz.
Vit Mache - 1.5 oz.
Cutting lettuces - 1.75 oz.
Total for the week - 22.5 oz., or 1.73 pounds
YTD total 7.75 pounds
I also picked some garlic shoots that were sprouting from some garlic that was accidentally left in the ground last year. I didn't think to weigh it, next time I will, there's a few other orphans sprouting out there as well. Get on over to Daphne's Dandelions if you would like to see what other garden bloggers have harvested lately, it's inspiring!