The garlic we planted back in October is coming along beautifully! It is so exciting to watch it grow. I am getting edgy to yank it (gently, of course!) out of the ground and give a taste.
Here is a photo from last week:
Notice how the garlic scapes have come up with a lovely hook? The blossoms still are inside. At least, in my ignorance, I think there are blossoms in that kind of triangular bump towards the top of the scape.
Now we have a picture of the garlic THIS week! Notice we are moving ever closer to harvest. (I understand that when the scapes stand straight up then it is time to harvest, though son 3 mentioned we need to see the bottom five leaves turn brown. You can see that is beginning to happen....)
It will be wonderful to see blossoms on the tops of those stems.
In other gardening news, the sugar snap peas that survived the woodchuck have about 10 pods coming along. These are our first ever sugar snap peas.
Our zucchini plant has some itty bitty zukes which I am trying to look at but not touch! I would love them to get up to 5 or 6 inches before I harvest.
We have a volunteer from last year's garden which I think is cilantro, but am not sure. Can anyone out there recognize it? Thanks!