Today I harvested sorrel and chives from the old garden. The sorrel was planted last year and was under the cold frame. Its a perennial that I may move to the new garden. Both went into a risotto with peas, though I didn't get a photo because the camera is at the new house.
We're busy with moving and painting. I did manage to plant some kale and swiss chard seedlings in the new garden yesterday. They are under row cover with tatsoi, arugula, oak leaf lettuce, and spinach. Hopefully these early seedlings will get a jump start on the growing season in the new garden.
While my mom was visiting she spotted some rhubarb sprouting. I dug it up, divided it, and planted it where I wanted it in the back of the vegetable garden. One less thing to buy for the new garden! Maybe we'll be harvesting some of that soon too.
You can see other gardeners harvests at Daphne's Dandelions.