Garden Harvest for May 2nd Week

Kitchen Garden Harvest

Kitchen Garden Harvest for May 2nd Week from My Vegetable Garden

Methi Seed Pods
Green Beans
Tomatoes (Celebrity, Better Boy, Cherry)
Banana Peppers
Guntur Mirchi
Brinjals (huge & long varieties)


16 Responses to “Garden Harvest for May 2nd Week”

  1. lakshmi says:

    wow, i wish i could see your garden, specially malle puvvalu.

  2. Great harvest indira garu.. Looks so beautiful !!

  3. Shireesha says:

    Nice harvest Indira. Naku kuda every year pettalani untundi… but I do it late so vati results (veggies) kuda chala late ga vostayi :).

  4. Anuradha says:

    So colorful! Rich in antioxidants..What else one can ask for?

  5. kalva says:

    lovely harvest!! love the tomatoes

  6. Mahes says:

    Beautiful bounty!

  7. That’s a large harvest! Looks really good!

  8. Usha says:

    Lovely. I can’t even begin to tell you how much we liked your tomatoes . There are still a few left and don’t have the heart to cook it. My MIL is completely bowled over by the tomatoes. Am going to make chutney out of the tomatillos. Thanks for sharing all your veggies with us. May you have many more bountiful years.

  9. Divya says:

    Nice pics….If you dont mind, can you post some pics of the plants also….its been really long since I saw veggie plants…In india it used to be a normal sight…..I wish I lived in your neighbourhood….with pecan trees and all….

  10. Narayan says:

    Methi Seed Pods….Nice

  11. Irfana says:

    Indira, can you explain what are methi seed pods in brief? Thanks.

  12. Vandya says:

    The produce looks great and good that it’s all organic. Shows your hardwork as well.

  13. sri says:

    Great harvest! Indira.Do you use any fertlizers ?
    happy cooking and gardening!

  14. rani says:

    Home grown veggies are always looks so great,i love those cute okras and your adorable baskets.i am first time here,you have lovely blog.

  15. Narayan says:

    Indira, what are tomatillos? are they like the green unripe tomatoes that can be used for chutney or Tamil Thohayals or pachadis?

  16. Indira says:

    Thanks all for your appreciative notes.

    Usha: It was my pleasure. Happy to read you and family enjoyed the harvest.:)

    Irfana: Methi(fenugreek) plants after flowering produce thin pods about little finger length each, about 4 to 6 pods per plant. Each pod contains methi(fenugreek seeds) about 10 to 12 in a row (like peas in a pod). If you leave them on the plant, the seeds get big and the pods mature and then dry. You can shell the pods and harvest the dried methi seeds. You can add in cooking or for planting next batch of methi.

    Sri: compost and cow manure – that’s the fertilizer I use for vegetable growing.

    Narayan: Thanks all for your comments!
    Tomatillos belong to the same family as tomatoes, and are from Mexico/Aztech region. They are green, unripe tomato like vegetable enclosed in a husk. The husk that holds the fruit is paper-like and is light brown, we have to discard the husk. Tomatillo flesh is slightly acidic with a hint of lemon, tastes great in our dal, thohayals and also in salsa.

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