The first "Taxi" tomato - a non-acidic variety but very flavorable.
The first "Sugar Plum" grape tomatoes.
The first shishito peppers, always a cause for celebration here.
|Carson wax beans|
The Kitchen Goddess could not be restrained from poking around in the potato bed, so these got dug up. "Kennebec" is the only variety I've grown, and we think it has superior flavor, but maybe we're only comparing it to store-bought.
|new Kennebec potatoes; one with googly-eyes|
This is the entire harvest of Red Tropea onions. I had to do it because voles once again raided this bed, destroying all but this. Grrr!
|Rossa Lunga di Tropea, except one's not rossa! Bet it tastes the same though.|
The first Arcadia broccoli.
For a sampling of continuing harvests, here's a picking of filet beans. I got one more harvest like this, then pulled the plants. Instead of waiting for their second flush, which is usually disappointing, I'm replanting instead. But I'm not sure there will be enough time in the season. We'll see!
|Calima filet beans|
Raspberries and blueberries are giving us small pickings at a time, but it's amazing how it adds up.
And another pair of lovely artichokes.
Here's last week's garlic harvest, all cleaned up. On the left is "Italian Purple Striped." It was very disappointing, as only 3 of the 6 came up, and those are ugly. It will not make the cut this fall. Too many others to choose from! Then it's Turkish Red, Katterman, Music, and the softneck Marengo.
Lastly, some stuff from the community garden plot shared by TKG and her mom. Cucumbers, purple potatoes, carrots, fennel, kale, a leek, beets, and celery.
And three more "Fourth of July" tomatoes that I still have not tried!!
Thanks for wading through this! I hope your summer's going well, and giving you lots of nice harvests. I look forward to reading about them, courtesy of Our Happy Acres and Harvest Monday.
You got lots of goodies going on here. Your garlic looks lovely, aside from the one slacker. Much better than mine looks! The shishito peppers look great too. I didn't find a spot for them this year, though Mellow Star made lots for me last time. And voles - what a pest! Thankfully they are only an occasional nuisance here, though they do eat on sweet potato tubers.ReplyDelete
Wow you have an amazing variety! And it all looks so good! I'm always looking through the potato bed now and then. Never hurts, just cover and dig again later! Great harvest this week!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Shawn Ann. Yes, a "little" robbing of the potato patch is allowable.Delete
Nice haul. Looks like everybody is suffering from onion deprivation this year.ReplyDelete