I always like these blog posts but when the garden is kicking in they're even more fun. Lately we've been eating a lot of spinach, arugula, Hood strawberries, honeyberries, blueberries, sugar snap peas, nettles and fresh herbs from the front and back yard. In my front yard herb garden I have rosemary, thyme, lavender, sage, bay, mint, lemon balm, peppermint, fennel, chives, thyme, valerian and chamomile. I use the first five year-round and the remaining from spring through early to mid winter.
Coming in now we've got tomato plants searching out the sun, all kinds of beans and pickling cucumbers gaining ground, garlic curing, asparagus going uneaten so the root system gets bigger and better for next year, rhubarb thickening, blueberries ripening and seedlings trying to scare up some more sunshine. So there's a lot more good food to come.
If you have a garden, how's it growing? Any new edibles you've got in the ground or are planning to cultivate this year? If you don't have a garden what early season eats have you been enjoying?