We're harvesting bok choy and rocket so lots of stir fries and "warm" salads. Both of these plants allow for continual harvesting. I just snip off what I need with scissors and they keep growing.
The spinach isn't ready to harvest just yet but it won't be long.
The silverbeet is coming along well too. Haven't had to use the irrigation system John installed.
I don't think the potatoes are going to produce anything this time. Even in their raised tower there was too much rain for them. They are starting to die back, which should signal harvest time, but I've dug around near the plants and all I can feel is soggy compost. We may need to rip them out and start again I think.
The tomatoes are suffering as well with too much rain. The Romas have tomato wilt and the trellis holding the grape tomatoes collapsed because of the soggy ground. Lots of tomatoes have formed but they are all splitting from too much water. With gardening I always seem to have some things that go really well and some that don't. The herbs are all healthy and everything else seems to be growing well, so I can't complain.
At least we will be eating enough greens this season.
We have plenty of eggs still being produced and more than enough lemons. They combine well in a lemon meringue pie.
This fine weather will hopefully continue now for a while and give the ground a chance to dry out and the gardeners a chance to get some work done.
Meanwhile, the chief garden supervisor is taking a little rest.