Time to start harvesting a few things.
The strawberries are beginning to ripen. I sat by the garden the other evening and watched a brazen scrub jay jump into the garden and start pecking at an almost-ripe strawberry! The nerve.
We have peas galore.
Of course, it takes more than a galore to equal even a few batches of shelled peas.
Sigh, Guess we'll have to start eating artichokes soon. Life is rough.
The alliums are particularly beautiful this year.
Speaking of alliums - the garlic I planted last fall laid down and surrendered. It was time to harvest.
They will cure in the sun for a few days ... or until it starts to rain.
O garlic! O pesto! O hummus!
It finally stopped raining long enough so I could water.... hmm. This is the greens bed - lettuce, chard, kale, cabbage, broccoli.
I decorated my dinner plate with rainbow chard and parsley from the garden.