The close up is trying to disguise the fact that I have only picked a handful, but they were delicious.
The radishes are also coming in and are a routine addition to our lunches now.
The fennel glut is now tapering off as is the broccoli from my second planting.
I really still have more celery than I know what to do with - I can only drink so much celery juice and it's not really soup weather any more. A trickle of snow peas comes in from time to time from the few plants that the chooks didn't get.
Last but certainly not least, I have been the grateful beneficiary of other people's glut of lemons and grapefruit. One of our neighbours has a garden of established fruit trees of all sorts and they kindly shared their bounty with us. Thank you!
I'm contributing this post to Daphne's Harvest Monday. Take a look at hers to see produce from around the world.