What a delight. I spent yesterday harvesting in the veggie garden. I got a giant bowl of green beans, collard greens, spinach and the last 3 radishes.
The green beans were delicious, as were the collards. Radishes and spinach will go in tonight's salad.
We have many tomatoes - but they are still very green. It's already getting hot here, so I'm worried about whether the blooms will continue to set very well. (I admit I bought some bloom set spray. I'm not sure if that works, but I REALLY want tomatoes!)
I found some more blooms on the strawberries, too, so we might have another small helping of those soon.
Thank you, thank you, thank you to Vanillalotus at New Sprout for solving my mysteries from the last post. She tells me:
The lily is called a Jacobean Lily, or Aztec Lily. It's latin name is Sprekelia formosissima. Here is a website with more information at Daves Garden.
The cool-looking moth is a giant/great leopard moth.
What a wonderful thing - to have you gardening friends as a resource for tips and troubles and to indentify those mysteries that pop up in our gardens periodically.
Thanks for all your ideas and help!
Labels: green beans, lily, moth, mystery, vegetable garden