July Harvest Totals


August Harvest Totals

Asterisk denotes foraged harvest (in the wilderness or the neighbourhood).

  • *Arnica: 55 g
  • Basil: 6 g
  • Beets (Chioggia): 42 g
  • Buckwheat: 23 g
  • Carrots (Danvers): 864 g
  • Chamomile: 17 g
  • Garlic Scapes: 9 g
  • Lemon Balm: 12 g
  • Lettuce (Drunken Woman): 13 g
  • Lettuce (Vulcan): 38 g
  • Mint (Peppermint): 11 g
  • Mint (Pineapple): 2 g
  • Nootka Rose Petals: 13 g
  • Onion (Welsh): 213 g
  • *Orach: 496 g
  • Peas (Amish Snap): 85 g
  • Peas (Blue Podded Soup): 30 g
  • Peas (Green Arrow): 445 g
  • Raspberries: 59 g
  • Squash Blossoms: 5 g
  • Tarragon: 3 g
  • Yarrow: 8 g

TOTAL: 2.449 kg

This month was lower than the last seeing as we were away for more than half of it.  Some of these are quite minuscule harvests from the garden, but I am glad that I was able to forage a few different things.  Still not as much as I hoped, because unfortunately the Kamloops area is blanketed in wildfire smoke and has been for about a month.  We've had air quality health advisories out asking us to stay inside and if we do go out to limit any strenuous activity.  Not all my foraging is 'strenuous', but a lot of the time I was with Little Forager, and I really didn't want to expose him to a lot of smoke, so we mostly chilled inside with Thomas the Tank Engine. 

I am really happy about how my carrots are doing.  I have never had very good luck with them before, but this year they look really great!  My garlic isn't in the total for this month, but I did pull them in July.  I had to wait for them to cure before I was able to weigh them.  There's a picture below because I still wanted to include them in some way.  I also have a photo of one of my alpine strawberries because I haven't really been weighing them since I only get one or two per day and usually Little Forager gobbles them right up before we even get inside, so here's a photo so they can be included in this month's post as well.

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