We picked the first Yellow Pear tomatoes. It's my first time growing them, having sampled them in someone's garden last year. When it comes to "heirlooms" this variety probably takes the crown, having first been documented in the early 1800s. What's strange is we got the first fruits 61 days after transplanting, and it's supposed to take 75. Which puts to shame the "early" varieties I'm growing, that are nowhere near ripe.
|Yellow Pear tomatoes|
|Early Jalapeno and Jalapeno Gigantia|
|Anaheim and Highlander (hybrid Anaheim)|
For a sampling of continuing harvests, we got more shishito peppers
|Mellow Star shishitos|
More Arcadia broccoli. I've now learned that photographing on a black background makes the subject look yellow.
And more Imperial broccoli.
The Field Garden. This plot has been one big disappointment this year. Animals have destroyed a lot. So my fantasy of a wall of sunflowers is just that.
|The Field Garden|
|Stock Tank Garden|