Sunday, July 22, 2012

Mid-summer Garden Photos

Chesnook Garlic - Curing in the long barn

Black-eyed Susan

Swiss Chard and Kale

Carrots and Beets


Left to right Soybeans, Cabbage, Kale, Brussels Sprouts, Broccoli

Peppers in the hoophouse

Tomatoes, recently pruned

Eggplant in foreground, Laura pruning tomatoes in background


Tomato - coming soon to a market day near you!

Rye, ready to combine

Roma tomatoes in the field - coming on strong.



Heirloom tomato in the field

Muskmelon and Watermelon, next to the sweet corn

Here come the melons

Corn - maybe the first corn will be ready next week.

Here is the future of our corny summer. On the left, the late corn, middle is mid-season corn, and on the right the early corn.

Seed Oil Pumpkins

Potatoes. Not looking so good.

The light green is the late season carrots, just coming up. The reddish is pigweed.


Pumpkin Patch

Pumpkins on the way

The only erosion we have seen from the 4 inch rain - the newly planted broccoli family beds. 

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