The Pak Choi seedlings grew fast and healthy under the lights. These never made it to the garden. Instead they were used in a stir fry:
|Baby Pak Choi|
The last of the onions were harvested and allowed to cure in the warm sun:
Some usable celery was found among the tattered stalks. This was used in a beef stew:
The potatoes were dug this week the damaged and small potatoes were used in a beef stew:
|Dark Red Norland Poatoes|
Most of the garden is finished for the season. A lot of garden cleanup was accomplished last week during my vacation from work. Only green onions, leeks, and spinach are still in the garden. The broccoli was pulled because it was infested with caterpillars. The plants were covered with a row cover, but somehow a cabbage moth was able to find it. I am still contemplating the best spot to plant garlic this year.
Be sure to visit Daphne’s Dandelions to see what others are harvesting this week.