I had several more strawberries, but they never made it inside. This was my biggest harvest, the other ones were two or three a day, and they went straight into my belly! :)
We had two harvests of snow peas, and I'm really proud of myself for having eaten ALL of them! My peas didn't really make it last year, they would have, had I not had baby bunnies tasting the bottoms of all of them. These are the only things that I don't buy regularly from the grocery store, so I was worried that I wouldn't ACTUALLY eat them. I love them in Chinese food, but I don't make my own Chinese food. So, we had them in a chicken, mushroom alfredo pasta earlier in the week (I didn't take a picture of those). I used these in a vegetable medley (zucchini, mushrooms, onions, and snap peas) at my mom's house yesterday. My sister was in town, and it was a lot of fun to share my garden with my family!
Dreams of harvest:
I've had flowers on my squash plants daily, and slower on my zucchini. I used a q-tip to hopefully pollinate this little guy yesterday. The only male flower I had was on the zucchini, and the female obviously on the yellow squash. I was excited that my first female flower had a male flower to pollinate it (even if it was technically cross pollinating). I hope it does ok!
I've been reading a lot about megablooms on tomatoes, because so far, I have SEVERAL on several plants. I'm excited to see the mutant tomatoes that come from them, but I haven't decided if I should pull them off, and save the plant's energy for normal sized tomatoes.
Head over to Daphne's Dandelions to participate in Harvest Monday, or to see what other people are growing!