These pictures are from last week, but we still have a few heads out there that need to be picked today. I also planted romanesco italia broccoli, which is a neat looking variety – but so far no heads. AND no cauliflower yet – what’s up with that? Last year I think our cauliflower was ready before the broccoli.


I put in a few kohlrabi too; that’s one of the least exciting vegetables (Puck likes it though!), but I have a box of seeds from 2007 that need to be used up, and found these this spring so figured I’d give it a try.

Temperatures have been in the upper 90s the last three days, and we got 1/2 and inch of rain last night, so things should start to produce very quickly now. There is zucchini ready to be picked!

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