Pot to Plate – Rocket leaves(Arugula) and Pink Radish

8 Feb

Its been a while and the blog saw very little action. Not that the pots weren’t full, but the Pitter Potter gardener, got busy and was down with an eye infection. However glad to be back and here are a few beauties which warmed my heart  this week.

Radishes – The Radishes were the easiest to grow  taking  less than a month to harvest. I chose the pink beauties because they were pink and looked very appealing . Take a look at its pictorial journey. The saplings at 10 days.Image,The pinkies at 25 days:Image

And then the rocket leaves with their journey from pot to plate in 4 weeks.



And here was the produce:



And what followed was an yummylicious salad,with a bit of bite, mustard vinaigrette, tomatoes,feta cheese , rocket leaves and radish.  It  disappeared as soon it was placed on the table. 

ImageIts been a while folks, lets connect, let me know whats growing in your part of the world and your homes?


4 Responses to “Pot to Plate – Rocket leaves(Arugula) and Pink Radish”

  1. mylittlefarmintown February 8, 2014 at 4:11 pm #

    This makes me long for spring. We are getting another 2 inches of snow today. Sigh.

  2. Joanne February 8, 2014 at 10:03 pm #

    Radishes! I’d completely forgotten that radishes and shallots were two things my father planted EVERY spring when I was younger. I remember pulling both from the garden, washing in a bucket and eating immediately… dee-lish! 🙂

  3. Aditi February 10, 2014 at 12:40 pm #

    Looks so yum…give tips… When and how can I grow these in Delhi??

  4. dreamzandclouds February 11, 2014 at 6:41 am #


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