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Small Spring harvest

I was not very diligent with my Spring veggie and herb planting so my harvest this month has been small. The endless rainy and cool weather took the “feel-like-it” right out of me and now I’m regretting not planting a few more things a bit earlier in the season. But I do have a few things to show. Notably, the Lemon grass is looking fabulous and I’ve harvested plenty, so much so that I’ve frozen quite a few stalks. I love the actual plant so much that I’m going to plant some into the flower beds so we have a more continuous supply.

Spring harvest

[one_half]Rosemary and Violas in the strawberry potRosemary and Violas in a pot[/one_half]

[one_half_last]Lettuce and chives in the planterLettuce and chives in the planter[/one_half_last]

[one_third]Fabulous Fennel looking goodFabulous Fennel looking good[/one_third]

[one_third]A welcome volunteerA welcome volunteer[/one_third]

[one_third_last]Baby lettuce coming onBaby lettuce coming on[/one_third_last]

[one_half]New Chamomile plant – thank you Barbie 🙂Chamomile plant - thank you Barbie :)[/one_half]

[one_half_last]I have lots of RosemaryI have lots of Rosemary[/one_half_last]

[one_half]Red leafed lettuceRed leafed lettuce[/one_half]

[one_half_last]The pretty curry plantThe pretty curry plant[/one_half_last]

[one_half]Lemon Thyme is wonderfulLemon Thyme is wonderful[/one_half]

[one_half_last]Baby cos lettuce almost readyBaby cos lettuce almost ready[/one_half_last]

My veggie planter is rather disorganised. I have no real plan when I plant, I just plant what I like and know I can manage. My garden includes lots of herbs and I tend to only plant vegetables that are easy to grow or not readily available in the shops. Freshly picked herbs are always in a winner in my kitchen but vegetables that require constant monitoring – I’m not so good at growing those. 🙂

So what’s growing in your veggie patch?