Daily Harvest

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Re: Daily Harvest
« Reply #150 on: October 18, 2020, 21:01 »
Chard Fire Fresh, a few leeks and mustard Red Giant today.  Those mustard greens are not called giant for nothing  :)
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Re: Daily Harvest
« Reply #151 on: November 07, 2020, 15:21 »
Do you know why it's  best  not to grow Leeks in tubs ?

Planted a few spare leeklets in tubs , tryed to harvest a few today and had to cut the roots right around each plant with a long knife to get 'em out where they had knitted together!

Still tasty though ! :)

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Re: Daily Harvest
« Reply #152 on: November 11, 2020, 18:25 »
Here's my Veteran's Day harvest.  Peppers and tomatoes but not bad for November.

The green bell peppers and a few of the Serrano chilies are going into pepper chicken for dinner tonight.
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Please stay safe!  Wear a mask, and observe social distancing!

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Re: Daily Harvest
« Reply #153 on: November 12, 2020, 03:11 »
Do you know why it's  best  not to grow Leeks in tubs ?

Planted a few spare leeklets in tubs , tryed to harvest a few today and had to cut the roots right around each plant with a long knife to get 'em out where they had knitted together!

Still tasty though ! :)

Be careful cutting around leaks with that knife or you'll end up with a tub full of leeks.

Or the other way around...
... I'll get my coat.

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My final harvest of 2020 Re: Daily Harvest
« Reply #154 on: December 02, 2020, 00:07 »
I thought my final harvest was last night, November 30, Serrano chilies, cayenne, and sweet banana peppers, plus a few tomatoes that I will ripen indoors, or fry green. 

But today, I realized there were a few hot peppers that I missed, still in fine shape, so I picked those today (December 1).  [after more than a few misfires, I finally managed to get a couple photographs up!]

Nothing will survive the below freezing temperatures that we will have tonight. I consider myself fortunate, and am thankful for the plants that have kept producing all this time, as well as to have a little produce this late in the year.
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