Monday, June 10, 2013

Harvest Monday 6/10/13

It is my favorite time of the week. Harvest Monday at Daphne's Dandelions! I am sure the harvests are full of new goodies this week! I know mine has a couple!
The first All Blue new potatoes.

The lettuce pickings are getting thin.

Last of the Pak Choi

I ate most of these strawberries. They were just too good to share!


First of the Blue Podded Blauwschokker peas!

My daughter is already scarfing them down. They won't last.

View of the NE Garden. There will soon be squash and cucumbers and raspberries. I am impatiently awaiting!

View of the SW garden.
Happy Harvesting!

13 comments:

  1. Those Blue Podded Peas are so gorgeous in their contrast! I've never heard of them before but I might have to check them out!

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  2. Love those blue potatoes and blue podded peas - I think your garden is a bit "blue" this week! LOL!

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    1. Seems that way! Might get worse as summer grows on! We love purplish things around here! My daughter will eat almost anything purple. If only I could grow everything PINK! We'd be set!

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  3. Your garden is looking so lush and absolutely gorgeous! I've not yet been brave enough to grow blue vegetables, as I know Mr. Granny would balk at eating them. They are supposed to be really good for you though, very high in antioxidants.

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  4. Those are the prettiest peas!

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  5. The Blauwschokker peas are beautiful, an old Dutch variety. My garden neighbor (who was born in Holland) grew those last year.

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  6. Your garden are so far ahead of mine. My blue potatoes are just sending out shoots will be a while before any harvest. Love those blue peas, should check them out for next year.

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  7. Us gardeners can't help but be impatient! I think I should have names my blog "The Impatient Gardener"! I have never had blue potatoes! Are they white inside. Those peas sure do look good and I don't blame the kids for eating them on you!! Nancy

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    1. The potatoes are All blue, inside and out! Yummy roasted with some oil and seasonings kind of like breakfast potatoes.
      Those peas were grown in my daughters garden pot, so, they are all hers! Though I have encouraged her to share!

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  8. It looks like you have a love of the color purple, or growing interesting varieties. I've never seen the peas and love the look of them! Sounds like they're tasty too. Great harvest!!

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  9. Wonderful harvest! I've planed purple potatoes but never seen purple peas. How do they taste?

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    1. I haven't actually had one yet. They came from my daughters pot and she is being quite selfish with them. This is ok by me, it is vegetables!

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  10. Your garden is beautiful!, I love anything blue, the peas and potatoes are gorgeous.

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