As promised, this week’s harvest continued in the positive and more bountiful manner as last week.
It seemed to come in pairs:
A pair of broccoli heads, each weighing 250g. One head went into a broccoli soup and the second will be used in a noodle dish.
A pair of capsicums, small as they are, I was astounded that the over-wintered capsicum plants is still putting out the odd capsicum large enough to warrant picking. These too will go into the noodle dish.
A pair of pea pods, a little gardener’s snack. I meant to take some photos of my pea plants, there is definitely something wrong with them. I’ll post them later in the week in the hope that someone can help me, but as a run down I have two plants that are particularly stunted. They still produce pods, but everything about them looks small and sickly. I also have white spots on the leaves of the other plants. These are the same issues I had when I tried growing peas last spring.
Lastly, there were some herbs, though not has much as most week. I did happen to snap a shot of the parsley just before it got cut up to go in the broccoli soup.
And that’s the harvest this week, for more head to Daphne’s.