Harvesting Begins Early- Radish & Other Curiosities
Many rounds of seed have been planted in our gardens. Some came to fruition at the time, bolted and dropped new seed. Others were planted at the wrong time (wrong temp) and so they waited a whole year and are now teaching me when they likes to grow. I just identified a hearty batch of chamomile that is doing exactly this. I enjoy trying to figure out what they are. In particular plants I'm growing for the very first time.
A whole lovely row of green appeared a couple of weeks ago. To our delight it is a row of radish. I just plucked these few to throw into our kimchi. Yahoo! It's hard to believe we're harvesting anything in March!
Posted by Wendy Jehanara Tremayne at Wednesday, March 16, 2011