We got our first Mitoyo eggplant, a productive, good tasting variety, but the sharp thorns on its calyx get me every time!
A mid-July transplanted "Brisk Green" pak choi:
The first "Umberto" tomatoes. This was a free seed packet I got a while ago. They are an heirloom, and are supposed to have "up to 250 2-inch fruits per plant." Well, these are one inch, and if I get 250 I'll be amazed. Still, it's fun to try different tomatoes.
The first "Calabrese" hot pepper. I got these seeds from a winery garden out in California last fall. The gardener said they were "atomic." OK, bring it on!
The second planting of Toy Choi this season. Sadly only three of the seedlings I started survived, and slugs had their way with the remainder, but the stalks at least are nice, and taste just as good as the leaves.
|Oh boy Toy Choi!
Now on to representative continuing harvests. Here's some solanacea harvested one day:
One of the last blueberry pickings:
And the shishito peppers finally gave us enough for a feast, or at least a delicious appetizer:
And the "Mom CSA" for the week. See, I told you TKG would eventually start giving away Diva cucumbers. Unlucky Mom arrived just a day after a large batch of beans got frozen.
A Saturday harvest. The Bride eggplant steals the show in my opinion.
"Carson" wax beans on the left, and on the right, Calima filet beans and oh-god-more-Divas.