The turnips and rutabagas are doing well.
We had mashed potatoes and turnips with our meatloaf the other day. YUM!!
The spinach is starting to bolt already but I'm still harvesting. The Romaine and onions are doing well.
It all made a nice salad with the last of the first crop of radishes.
The snow peas are really producing! Some went into a stir fry with shrimp and lemon recently. I'm working on harvesting enough for peas with leeks and bacon using the snow peas and regular peas.
The strawberries seem happy.
I'm going to have to cover them soon to keep the birds from eating them! :)
My "perennial" oregano is coming back nicely. I planted some thyme seeds in another bucket and they are just now starting to come up.
The dill re-seeded itself and I moved a couple of plants so that they are all in one location.
This was my original herb bed and there is still parsley, lemon thyme and wormwood going strong from the original planting about five years ago. I added onions and chives last year.
Finally, I re-potted the tomatoes, eggplant and peppers last week and they are all doing really well. I plan to put them out the second week in May. I will plant my summer squash, melons and beans from seed the beginning of May. Well, that is my update, how is your garden doing? Linking up with Heidi for the Country Garden Showcase this week! :)