The Garlic bed.
Golden Chard, there's some variation in stem color.
Look closely and you can see hail damage.
I still haven't harvested all the giant scallions.
Olive Leaf Rapini.
The beet section.
Golden Corn Salad is growing in the back.
Favas, two separate plantings sowed about 50 days apart.
The early planting is in full bloom, but no pods yet.
Diamante celery root, ready to harvest.
I sowed the seeds for this one last April.
Dolvi Celery Root, sown last July.
Lots of top growth, no big root yet.
Perhaps it will just go to seed and not form a large root.
Hollow Pipe of Malines Cutting Celery,
also called leaf celery or soup celery.
Funky looking small head of Romanesco broccoli.
It will probably taste fine pureed into soup.
This Romanesco is prettier, but still small.
It's getting a bit too loose and "ricey",
I need to harvest it now.
The Portuguese Dairyman's Kale is starting to bloom.
I've got barely enough plants for seed saving.
Kefe Beinwil snow peas, making a comeback.
Opal Creek Golden snap peas,
not making a comeback.
Good thing Dan bought his own seeds!