This year the PSB plants are quite small, so I won't get a big crop, but the quality looks good. And PSB is so photogenic too!
I always cut the main head of the plant first. This stimulates the growth of the side-shoots. Today I took out the heads of three of my four plants, cutting them about 6 - 8 inches from the tip:
This is enough for a small serving for the two of us.
It feels so good to be harvesting something again, because the last few weeks have been a rather lean period for my garden. Other than the PSB I now have only herbs and a few chicories and endives to harvest. However, my Broad Beans are growing fast so it won't be a very long time before they produce a crop, and I have loads of tiny brassica seedlings coming on fast in my mini-greenhouses, and the leeks are showing through too. Spring is definitely here.