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Garden Harvest Update (as of 7/25/10)

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Behold! The oddly shaped carrots begin!

Garden Harvest Update (as of 7/25/10)

Lettuce 5lbs
Carrots 19lbs 14oz
Broccoli 14oz
Chinese Cabbage 4oz
Peas 7lbs 6oz (possibly final numbers unless we get a Fall crop and almost 3lbs more than last year!)
Green Beans 11lbs 12oz
Spinach/Swiss Chard/Beet Greens 2lb 3oz
Onions 5lb 13oz (this figure is probably short a few)
Zucchini 2lbs 13oz (this is short a few ounces)
Cucumbers 10lb 10oz
Eggplant 1lb 6oz
Beets 1lb 11oz
Tomatoes 3lb 8oz
Potatoes 2lbs
Tomatillos 4oz
Hot Peppers 2oz

Total: 75 lbs  12 oz
Last Year’s End of the Year Total

Last year’s harvest tally from around this time of year can be found here.  With all the warm weather this Spring and the hot and humid weather we’re having this summer I think it’s safe to say we’re probably two weeks ahead of where we were last year…although last year our first harvest of tomatoes until August 11th.  Oh, and I should also probably mention that we garden for two families (4 adults and three children) so we split the harvest.

Want to see more?  Don’t forget Harvest Monday at Daphne’s Dandelions!

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11 thoughts on “Garden Harvest Update (as of 7/25/10)

  1. Hehe, that is a funny looking carrot!

  2. Oh I had to laugh at the poor little carrot. It just doesn’t know which way to grow.

    • It was definitely one confused little fellow! Out of a typical harvest of carrots we often end up with a small handful of them that are oddly shaped. It can be quite comical!

  3. If you had left that carrot in the ground, it might have grown more “legs”! I love it when our harvests entertain us like that.

  4. Your harvests are really adding up!

  5. I think we should call it tripod to avoid the other thing it resembles which is two legs and a dangly bit or perhaps that’s just me. I find the oddly shaped carrots very entertaining.

    We are at least 2 weeks early here too.

    • heh…I was avoiding the whole naming thing. I prefer to go Daphne’s route and instead reflect on the difficulty this poor little root had in trying to figure out which way to grow! :0)

  6. What a funny carrot! I like not naming it, too. Quite a big harvest you had. Your families should be stocked for awhile.
    ~~Lori