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In My San Diego Garden & Kitchen

In My San Diego Garden & Kitchen

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This garden gift basket for my son, Andy and his wife is a snapshot of the week’s harvests: Tuscan kale, French sorrel, oranges, broccoli, artichokes, carrots, celery, spring onions, strawberries and blueberries. 

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Though the rest of the winter garden wanes, the beets are sizing up.

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A row of spinach got lost in the bolted lettuce “forest.” Steamed, it was tender and full of flavor.

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It was late in the season for the kohlrabi with a few overtaken by aphids. Another winter garden “ending.”

Though the winter garden winds down, there are plenty of spring flowers for bouquets. Here, enchanting burgundy alstroemerias and perennial scabiosa. 

To see what other garden bloggers are harvesting, head over to Harvest Monday hosted by Our Happy Acres.

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