Just picked this big head of romaine lettuce. It's my favorite - Jericho, here's what they say about it:
Bred for the hot desert of Israel, this robust, bolt-resistant variety stays sweet and crisp in hot weather. Holds up the best in summer heat of all varieties trialed in New Mexico research farm. Very large, medium green, dense 14-16" headsWe have several big ones in the garden looking like they are about to bolt...
Don finished getting the beds ready on Saturday, and I mustered the energy to plant two and a half with okra and squash seeds.
The peas are loving our warmer weather. It's been in the 70's for a week and forecasted to stay that way for the next. We're out of the woods!
I'm linking with Daphne's Harvest Monday again today. :)