That is also one of the main reasons that I have started contributing to Daphne's Dandelions Harvest Monday posts. This coming winter (ugh, don't really want to think about it) and next spring, I will be able to look back on the posts and adjust my seeding schedule based on how much of which plants I would like to harvest each week.
So this is just a bunch of random shots of various plants around the yard. Too many pics to show at once, so I'm splitting it into two separate posts.
In no particular order ...
|Potatoes have exploded with recent rains|
|Potatoes flowering so will start pulling baby potatoes soon|
|These are the more common daylilies seen all over Eastern Ontario|
|Isabel Pole Bean Plants in the "old" Greenhouse|
|Isabel Pole Bean|
|Blueberry bush in container (had a dozen or so berries so far)|
|The "Greens" garden: non-stop harvesting|
|Sunflowers already - started indoors early spring|
|Sunflower doing its job - attracting beetles away from veggies|
|Swiss chard in front half, borlotti beans in back|
|Several carrot varieties surrounded by onions|
|Several beet varieties surrounded by onions|
|Volunteer onions from last year|
|Onion seed head - that's why I get so many volunteers!|
|Onions planted from seedlings this year|