What I like most about these gorgeous chives is that they came up from last years garden.
Lots of beet greens with pink chunks of plump goodness growing below.
Hard neck & Soft neck garlic that Maine Man planted last fall.
Harvest will be in July
Flower Girl passing off a pea to one of her buddies.
Below is MM’s little princess Callie
Above is the strawberry beds that MM threatens to till in every year so I now maintain them. I think this year will be our most abundant harvest.
The greenhouse is thriving. MM has spent endless hours tending the gardens. We’ve been eating fresh goodness since the end of April starting with lettuce (several kinds) followed by beet greens, spinach, bok choy, swiss chard, broccoli and turnip.
The picture below is of a Kiwi bush. It has yet to bear fruit. Any other fellow Mainers ever grown these before? If so I’d love to hear if it will survive and/or thrive in this climate….it looks good so far! We planted them last Spring.
One of the smaller gardens. Each year MM tills up a little more ground.
Pictured below is turnip grown in the greenhouse. I have several more stored in the shed refrigerator. We usually serve it mashed or roasted. We would love to hear how other’s best like to eat or serve turnip….must have recipes anyone?