Tuesday, June 2, 2009

June 2 baskets....

Just a quick note before I eat supper and head out the door to "Lettuce, Turnip and WHine|
Baskets today included, amongst other things, the following...
Salad greens, a small bag of Daikon Radish microgreens and pea shoots, as well as some Marilyn's Salad Mint. All can be used in your salad, or on wraps or sandwiches.
Radishes, green onions, green garlic (use fresh as you would any garlic),some baskets have a "stem-my" green called celtuce, par-cel, a number of different basils.
We are working really hard to get the garden in so baskets will be overflowing come high season. In as of today are all the eggplants, peppers, some tomatoes, squash, cukes, more salad, and assorted other greens, all the onions, tomatillos, ground cherries, cape gooseberries, some carrots,some beets and some beans, cauli, broccoli, cabbages, kales and collards...
Still lots of planting to do, followed by lots of growing.
Best wishes to all. And a most sincere thanks to Bob and Mary-Beth for taking the trek out to pick up all the baskets. Incredible!

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