It was four 1/2 years ago I planted my first olive tree, looking forward to this day.
Here they are in the 20% brine solution so the bitterness can leach out and they will become soft.
Today's harvest, quinces, tamarillos, avocadoes, three types of eggplant, bananas and pomegranate.
Luscious black genoa figs, my favourite.
We are still picking a small amount of strawberries.
Elderberries, I don't know what to do with them yet!
Here are green olives, delightfully hanging on the tree.
Pomegranates are so pretty on the tree.
The capsicums have grown prolifically this summer.
We are again eating corn!
Limes, just perfect for so many dishes, especially in Mexican cooking.
My lovely red papaya.
March is a wonderfully productive garden month. From fruit to vegetables the soil is warm and the days are long. This is hosted as part of the Garden Share Collective hosted by Liz.Have a look around the other gardens to see what can be grown at this time of year in different climates.
Buon appetito, enjoy, Merryn xx