Garden Report: June 29th Everything is in Bloom!

Sweetpea flower
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It really is a strange spring, yesterday was June 29th and the peas are just starting to bloom. I’m excited because that means only a few weeks until there are fresh peas from the garden! The potatoes are blooming as well, so soon there will be baby potatoes. There are also a few tomato flowers. The community garden plot has quite a few volunteers and the volunteer nasturiums and borage are also starting to bloom, which means edible flowers for our salads!


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fleur de bourrache / borage flower
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I harvested some of the nasturiums and borage flowers and another couple of baskets of strawberries.

What are you harvesting in your garden right now?

One thought on “Garden Report: June 29th Everything is in Bloom!

  1. sam @ garden dweller

    I haven’t managed to harvest much this year due to the awful British climate, we’re still waiting for Summer to kick in here. It’s good to see other people are doing so well though, keep it up!

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