Saturday, June 21, 2008

My Pasture

The spring here was slow and cold so not only was the sheep pasture slow to get going and produce, my pasture was too.We have eaten lettuce, radish ,mint and chives so far but we should be eating far more by now. I think the vegetables are at least two or three weeks behind where they should be. This time last year we were eating mint with our own new potatoes, so we had to settle for mint with store bought Fraser Valley spuds which although they were tasty it just wasn't the same. These photos were taken a couple of weeks ago and at present it looks better with more growth and hopefully next week we can have some fresh peas and the odd strawberry. I almost forgot we also had rhubarb in a crisp fresh from the garden, a true prairie fruit and one of my favorites.


Laurie Kruczek said...

The raised beds look wonderful, though. We went this same route this year, and couldn't be more pleased. Hope you are getting more goods from it now!

Rob Fensom said...

We sure are, could you use any zuchinni, we seem to have some to spare !!