|Jericho and Rouge d'Hiver lettuces are keepers for next year's garden list.|
|Savoy "Ace" cabbage proves it was worth searching out the seeds again this year.|
|Ruby red cabbage|
|Potatoes in bloom|
Three types of potatoes (kennebec, pontiac red, and yukon gold) are blooming so I'm looking forward to scrabbling along the edges for new potatoes in a week or two when the flowers die back. DH always acts irritated when I do that but the one year I managed to hold off, he came in carrying a bunch of golf ball-size potatoes in his shirttail asking if I would fix them for dinner.
Steamed, stir fried, pickled and straight from the vine -- that's how we've had sugar snap peas so far. I picked a couple of pounds right after taking this photo on Saturday and we should have another picking ready today or tomorrow. They will keep blooming if I keep them picked and the temperature doesn't soar again (and stay that way).
|Blooming herbs and sugar snap vines loaded with peas|
|Watching the mist burn away as the day warms up - 6:30am on the first Saturday in June|