My little gardens are finally starting to do something. I have been trying to keep track of my harvest in a notebook and I have been wanting to post on here but just keeping up with weighing and writing it down in a notebook has been hard to keep up. My Sungold tomatoes don't usually make it in the house because gardening makes me hungry and Sungolds are like potato chips you can't eat just one. I haven't been keeping track of my herbs because I am usually cooking when I harvest my herbs and seeing my husband and kids and dogs look at me like I'm crazy when I make a mad dash to the garden barefoot with scissors in hand and running back into the house herbs in my pockets and try to write the weight down in my notebook and then get them washed and then chop them up to put them in the pot. I think my family already worries about me and my mental health....you know when you walk into a room and everyone gets quite and just stares at you...well my family is doing that to me (I could just be a paranoid gardener) It's hard to explain things like why I have Christmas ornaments hanging from my tomato plants and milk jugs buried in the ground, and why I keep blending up some plants in my kitchen blender so I can pour them onto other plants and why I need a dust buster in my garden. I could go on but I am getting a little worried about myself now.
Well back on the subject of my harvest, here are a few things from this weekends harvest and just some pictures of what the garden looks like now.
I am going to try to keep up on documenting my harvest tally, I have been reading a great blog called Daphne's Dandelions and she does a Monday Harvest so I will be trying to do that linky thing if I can figure that out. I will be putting together my total on my blog today or tomorrow.
Have a good one!