Sunday, July 11, 2010


Thurs, July 8
Daikon radishes, Strawberries, Green Onion, Cherry Tomatoes, Roma Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Green Beans and Blackberries

I was too busy on Friday morning and forgot to snap a pic of our harvest

Sat, July 10
6 cobs of corn, Cucumbers, Zucchini, Paste Tomato, Strawberries, lil Eggplant, Cherry Tomatoes, Green Beans
Sun, July 11
3 cobs of Corn, Green Beans, Roma Tomatoes, Cherry Tomatoes, Cucumbers, tiny bit of Strawberries, Kyohou Grapes, and a tiny watermelon. I had to pick the watermelon early, the plant mysteriously withered over-night. Must have been eaten by a bug at the root. The strawberries are nearing the end of their production as they are vigorously sending runners out now.


Cheryl said...

I've heard aboug daikon radishes but I've seen them. Now I know what the fuss was about. Wow!

AJK said...

Thanks for looking Cheryl! Yes, they are HUGE compared to regular radishes. They grow to about 1-1/2 feet easily. They are great pickled, and we have lots of uses for them in Japanese cuisine. They do well in cold climates where the snow actually helps sweeten the roots. We don't get snow here in our area of Southern California but we found a summer cross variety that is pretty sweet.