Here are some more radsihes, freshly plucked from the earth. These reseeded themselves from last year, and I don't recall planting white ones ever, so that one was a surprise
This is the strawberry bed, looking straight down at it, as compared to the same bed several posts ago
And here is a closeup of a ripe alpine strawberry. Very small, but very tasty!
oo, here are some nice mellons. i do like nice melons
Here is purslane, oo this stuff is yummy. and it grows without any effort. i'm holding it up toward the camera so it appears a bit larger of leaf than it is. it has a low habit, but it is thick and fleshy and quite tasty. I usually pick off the end leafs and add it to salads, though frequently i'll just sit in the garden grazing on it.
Here is a bit more purslane, and also you can see the use of radishes to mark the rows for carrots and parsnips (or maybe turnips i forget)
soon the yellow squash will be big enough to eat. You can see a flower, and several very small squash on the other side of the plant.
This is an issue with the acorn squash. the stems have been slit open. i'm sure it's some kind of bug but i haven't seen one yet. Do you know what does this? the plants are still alive...
and here the acorn squash is with the corn. As the beans are elsewhere, this would be then a two-sisters garden.
Thanks for reading!