This week was the final harvest of the broccoli from the fall crop that extended into this year. The final total weight of the spring broccoli harvest was 23.19 pounds.
This week's harvest was two pounds thirteen ounces of fresh organic broccoli. The remainder of the crop is bolting. With the current growth combined with this coming week's temperatures which are forecasted to be in the high 60's for several days, the end of this crop is a sure thing.
Here are a couple of pictures of my blueberry plants showing their new growth. I can't wait to see the harvest this year since I added two more bushes last fall.
The root that I cut off a bunch of store bought celery and planted last year has survived the winter without any protection at all. I wonder if it will continue to grow?
It certainly looks healthy to me.
The brown turkey fig tree is showing healthy growth all over. It should be a good year for it.
The garlic is still growing pretty good. It also had no protection from the "winter" weather we've had this year.
The green onions that I planted after using the scallions are growing very well. I'll be ready to begin harvesting more scallions from the same bulbs in just a few weeks.
Then there's my favorite... Red Raspberries! They are sprouting like crazy, even with frosty nights.
I plan to put in three or four more plants this spring. I simply can't get enough of them. My grandkids love to pick them and eat them right there!
Be sure to visit DaphnesDandelions for more exciting vegetable gardening experiences in a northern growing zone, as well as beautiful pictures of her prepared food that will absolutely make you salivate!
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