My Edible Garden

I've been gardening for most of my life and have been a devoted fan of organic gardening the whole time. It just makes so much more sense to work in harmony with Mother Nature than to fight her. Besides which it is better for the planet and better for our bodies. Here you can see what I'm planting and harvesting, with gardening hints and resources thrown in for good measure.

Monday, January 9, 2012

Harvest Monday & Seedy Saturday Winner

Pak-Choi
Welcome to Harvest Monday, hosted by Daphne at Daphne's Dandelions! Check it out and see what gardeners around the world are harvesting, some of them are pretty amazing.

This week, besides the usual mix of lettuces, I harvested a few other goodies, like this pretty little baby pak choi.

Easter Egg Radishes
There were some little Easter Egg Radishes. These were a bit hotter than the ones I pulled before, I think maybe they are a bit too warm in the greenhouse with the crazy springlike weather we've been having.


Baby carrots; there are beets hiding underneath them.



I pulled the last of the beets and carrots that were planted in August. They haven't grown much lately so I figured a fresh start would be good. They were in half of a small bed, so I loosened up the soil and added some compost and fertilizer to it so it will be ready to plant.



Yellow Marble Tomato in January!


I got a few more yellow marble tomatoes from the plant in the greenhouse. It's been warmer lately so it is doing well. We'll see what happens if we get another deep freeze.








Dwarf Grey Sugar Peas grow in tubs in the greenhouse








The Dwarf Grey Sugar Peas are beginning to vine in their tubs in the greenhouse, they should start blooming soon.



greenhouse growing bed







In the raised bed in the green house there are some strawberry plants, an odd onion, some little marvel peas and way down at the end, some cilantra and sorrel sprouting up.

And now I know at least one person is anxiously awaiting......Seedy Saturday's Free Seed Giveaway goes to Jennie M.! congrats Jennie!

10 comments:

  1. Aren't carrots the best this time of year. An August planting of carrots taste so sweet and delicious in the cold of January. Of course I have to pry mine out of the frozen ground!! :)

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  2. Love how your yellow marble tomato drapes over the rock. It must be gorgeous when it was loaded with fruits.

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  3. The tomato plant is just flabergasting... Nice harvest for January. I'm not sure I recall that you have a greenhouse, but it looks like there's a few things in it.

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  4. Your greenhouse is really an asset. Love the yellow marble tomatoes!

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  5. Wow, tomatoes in January. The seedlings and plants in the greenhouse look lovely.

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  6. What a gorgeous harvest! Amazing!

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  7. Your harvest is amazing! I'm so jealous!! :)

    Lynn

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  8. That's an impressive harvest for this time of year. I hope we can have a greenhouse someday.

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  9. Thanks everyone. I've been offline because the computer came down with a terminal virus problem and just getting back on again. Wll try to make it round to visit next week.

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  10. Thanks Mary! I am so excited! I am jealous i want a greenhouse! Love this blog and appreciate the win!

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