Garden is in high gear! Vrrrrrrrroooooooooom!

The superstars of the garden, the tomatoes, have barely started to ripen with only a couple of cherries ripe so far, but the rest of the garden is cranking!

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Good bugs! Okra is doing well!

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Rosa Bianca Eggplant

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Happy hod!

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Carolina Reaper…be afraid!

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Soon!

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Very Soon!

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Tomato tsunami!

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German Giant mega cluster of fruit!

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There will be tomatoes!

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Did I mention we have a LOT of tomatoes?

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Artisan cherries

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Beans beans beans

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Can’t beat the beets!

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Carrots planted in January under double tunnels did surprisingly well!

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40 lbs of onions!

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Zucchini bread needs to be made!

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Beetalicious!

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Peppers and eggplant are flourishing!

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Fengyuan purple eggplant

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Peppers by the wheelbarrow load!

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Armenian cucumber

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Tomato jungle!

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The garden in all its glory!

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Did i mention we have a lot of peppers? 90 plants may be a bit too much!

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Head high sweet corn by the 4th of July?

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Bees galore all over the squash bed

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Cardoon

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The squash bed is alive with all kinds of pollinators!

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5 Comments »

  1. you selling any beets, carrots or onion?

    • huntoften said

      The carrots are getting roasted and the beets pickled this weekend. I’ll have onions, garlic, squash, and peppers for sale next week. Still plenty of kale for sale right now.

      • Mary Ellen said

        Is there any chance you might have fresh (unpickled) beets for sale? Zucchini? Kale? Onions?

  2. joemel814@comcast.net said

    When you pick cucumbers and beans do you bring them in and put them in the fridge or leave them out. Seems like my cucumber got really soft leaving it out. But then the next one I put in the fridge and it was still really soft. So I am confused!!!!!!!!!!!1

    • huntoften said

      Cukes should be stored at room temperature, not in the fridge…just like tomatoes. Cucumber have a fairly short shelf life and should be eaten or pickled within a day or two of picking.

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