We’re enjoying eating from the garden again. Mesclun mixes and arugula are thriving in the cool, damp weather.
Siberian and Red Russian Kales are also establishing well, and should provide us with cooking greens all season.
It’s time to remove the cold frames and thin out the greens. We don’t know if it’s due to the seaweed mulch, but no problems with of slugs so far.
The winter kales and chard were cleared out to make room for new plantings, just in time for Memorial Day. With a little sun, the peas (to the rear) have resumed growing.
One last harvest of kale flowers and florets.
A harvest of Cime di Rapa Quarantina to have with orecchiette for dinner.
Kale thinnings gathered and saved for another meal.