Potatoes, Beans and Carrots....Oh My! A Garden Update

Tomatoes gone wild!

I am happy to report we are still getting plenty of produce from the garden.

Currently harvesting:

  • tomatoes (and tomatoes, and tomatoes, and tomatoes, and......)
  • cukes 
  • corn
  • cauliflower
  • lettuce
  • radish
  • beets
  • carrots
  • potatoes
  • green beans
  • summer squash (yellow and zucchini)
  • eggplant
  • peppers
  • cantaloupe
  • herbs


Peppers and Green Beans
 Re-planted for Fall harvest:
  • beets
  • carrots
  • lettuce
  • broccoli
  • peas
  • herbs
Broccoli, Cauliflower and Cabbage
 Haven't yet harvested:
  • watermelon
  • honeydew melon
  • winter squash (here's to hoping it survives)
Watermelon and Cukes
Next year, I want add to my garden:

  • celeriac
  • kohlrabi
  • brussel sprouts
  • garlic
  • spinach (didn't do well for me this year)
My freezer is chock full of green beans, peas, squash, herbs, tomatoes (sauce, slow roasted, and whole), rhubarb, strawberries and blueberries (from the Farmers' Market - Emerson ate my blueberry plants.....the whole plant, not just the berries).

How about you?  What are you currently harvesting?

4 comments:

Meg said...

Goodness! What a haul you've had. Your plants look so green and nice! Well, you know our garden is pretty much done. Just the carrots and jalapeno plants are left. And I'm not sure the carrots are really going to give us anything this year.

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

This is the time of year that I'm jealous of the beautiful produce people like you are getting from their gardens! Next year, I think when I'm trying to decide on a garden, I'm going to come back and look at pictures like this to give me the encouragement to have one of my own! :-)

Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

Meg - sorry about the carrots. That stinks! Thanks Kim - what a very nice compliment!!

Diane said...

Thanks for your thoughts and concerns over the past few days. Our summer garden has pretty much reached its end. Waiting for temps to get a little better to replant all the lettuce for a Fall crop. Missing all those greens that we harvested in the Spring.
Blessings
Diane