Sunday, June 21, 2009

Radish & Oregano Harvest

Cherry Belle Radish planted April 11, havesting 3 to 5 per week. Radishes are just starting to show chew marks from creatures below, so it's a good time to get to them first! Radishes are rich in ascorbic acid (Vit. C, antioxidant), folic acid (Vit. B9), and potassium. They are also a good source of vitamin B6, riboflavin (vit. B2), magnesium, copper, and calcium, among other minerals and vitamins. California Poppies behind radishes (in above photo).
Bubbles Brussels Sprouts transplanted May 5 (above). Not sure when or how to havest these. Advice welcome!

Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard (lower left) planted May 2 and Homesteader Peas (upper left) planted May 3. Planted Tendergreen Improved Bush Beans May 28 (upper right, just off photo) where Green Arrow Peas planted April 11 did not come up (planted too early). These beans are just coming up (June 21).

Oregano and radish harvest!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am so jealous of your radishes. Mine were all top and no bottom. Not sure why. I read it could be too much shade or nitorgen.

Middle Earth Garden said...

These radishes had about 6 hours full sun (on a sunny day). I've read they like lots of water. I watered them regularly. Not all of them turned out as good as in the photo, some were small and woody texture (maybe 30%).

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