Biggest harvest so far this year. That's no surprise, I dug up the potatoes last weekend and got 45 pounds of spuds. The pole beans have slowed down to almost nothing, so I'm getting beans from a single row of Provider bush beans for now. The Calypso pickling cucumbers again outdid themselves, but it looks like they too are slowing down. That's fine with me, I've canned 35 pints of dill pickles and don't want to can any more. The summer squash and Diva cucumbers are also producing well.
The okra plants finally produced enough in one picking to make a quart of okra pickles with Serrano peppers.
More Calypso's, some beans, and a few strawberries. The strawberries have been small and many are lost to birds or insects.
On Sunday I got a nice harvest. That's a Grandma's Pick tomato in the foreground.
Now over 200 pounds for the year, with the star producer being the five cucumber plants at 62 pounds. In second place, the potatoes - 32 pounds of Red Pontiac and 12.5 pounds of Kennebec. To see what other people are growing, head on over to http://daphnesdandelions.blogspot.com/