Building a vegetable garden. (How to start a vegetable patch.) It has been about a week since the spinach harvest.
The other beds are steadily progressing with the harvest.
This is the bed of arugula (rocket) and Bekana (Chinese cabbage family). The arugula leaves and stems have become tough, so I harvested quite a bit over the past few days. The Bekana looks soft, but it feels a bit hard to eat raw, so I’ll keep harvesting it.
The baby bok choy and purple komatsuna in the adjacent bed are also ready to eat. (Komatsuna is Japanese mustard spinach.)
The baby bok choy has produced what looks like buds. Since they might become tough when the flowers bloom, I will harvest them.
The sugar snap peas have finally bloomed. Looking forward to seeing them bear fruit.
The sugar snap peas have grown, and as the vines started getting taller, I added more hemp twine for support.
The linked article explains how to stake for snap peas. (Growing sugar snap peas.)
This time, I harvested baby bok choy, bekana, purple komatsuna, and arugula.
Following is the video for how-to. English subtitles are available.