The onions were also dying back, so I pulled them (8.7 oz). They were not very big, which I'm assuming they haven't liked the really warm temperatures either.
Also this week was 6.3 oz of lettuce,
a pathetic 0.7 oz of strawberries,
and the peas (8.4 oz) are on their way out, but the cucumbers (3.6 lbs) are picking up the pace. The basil has also been growing rapidly. I've been good about weighing veggies this year, but not herbs.. perhaps next year.
I also harvested my first squash of the season! (10.5 oz) I'm growing tromboncino squash this year because it is suppose to be resistant to vine borers. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that the vine borers stay away from it!
And then there are the potatoes. You may have read about my Solanaceae woes with wilting potatoes. I dug up two of the dead potatoes and was happy to find at least a few potatoes. There was a total of three medium potatoes and a few tiny ones weighing 10 oz. It's not going to be a fabulous potato harvest this spring, but at least there's a few.
Weekly total: 7.6 lbsYearly total: 50.63 lbs worth $113.42
That's all the harvests coming from my garden this week, to see what others are harvesting check out Harvest Monday at Daphne's Dandelions.