Easter Harvest

Harvest from my parents’ garden: some “easter egg” radishes, also rhubarb, chives, and in the back of the picture you can see a bowl of oriental greens – tatsoi, mustard “Red Giant” and komatsuna. I’m very happy that the garden is finally taking off!

I’m participating in Harvest Monday once again. Please go and check Daphne’s Dandelions for more harvests from around the world.

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13 Responses

  1. I just have the first true leaves of my radishes starting to come out. The seed leaves are huge right now so I hope they do really well. Yours are so pretty.

    • Thank you, Daphne! Seems like everything grows as its own pace – my bok choy is not even close to being as big as yours!

  2. That’s a lovely spring harvest, and those Easter egg radishes are so timely!

    • Thanks! They really are 🙂

  3. Wow your harvest looks very colorful and diverse. What zone are you in? Thanks for visiting us too.

    • Thank you, Jody! Afaik I’m in zone 6. I live in middle europe, so the USDA hardiness zones are not very common here, but my last frost date is May 15th.

      • We are in very similar zones. our last frost date is April 25, but people around here usually don’t plant their tomatoes until, you guessed it, May 15th. Thanks again for commenting on my site.

  4. Nice harvest!

    • Thank you!

  5. Wow, what a beautiful and abundant harvest! It always makes a gardener happy when the harvests start coming in 🙂

    • Yes, it was worth the wait!

  6. Rhubarb, I’m so jealous! This time of year, it’s so hard not to climb over garden fences and steal any. 😉 I actually bought some today because I miss it so much, but sheesh, € 2.99 for those three measly stalks?

  7. Fun and festive – looks great for Easter!

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