First day of winter and the sun is shining and I can feel my toes. Unlike yesterday. Doing a little gardening and not having anyone else to cater for at lunchtime, thought I’d just eat from the garden.
I’ve got this beetroot crop ready to harvest and have been reading up on ways to use it.
……starts soon in central Victoria!
Artichokes are a plant I was so excited to get in the garden. I love how they look in the garden and I love eating them. But….. I’m not sure how I feel about preparing and cooking them at home.
Or your harvest will look like this:
I harvested my first ever asparagus out of the garden this past week. It was worth the wait.
I noticed the first flowers on my broad beans over the past few days. Which means it’s time to get ready for the harvest.
Well yes, it’s a vegetable. But it eats like fruit. Anyway, I was thrilled when after a long hot spring and summer, my rhubarb started showing signs of life in autumn.
I got my first real beetroot harvest today.
I have been impatient for this year’s garlic scapes and as it turned out, they arrived on the first day of November.