and I've found another one coming along!
The first two Tromboncino squash I found last week dried up and withered away...but there are more. I hope these make it!
I can't recommend these Table Dainty squash enough ... they are so prolific. More and more keep showing up!
I picked a few more beans yesterday morning. Here's each of the types I grew this year, top to bottom: Harvester, Empress, Jade and Calima. I'm probably going to stick with Calima from now on.
My first Red Star tomatoes -- a small heirloom cherry.
The Sleeping Lady tomatoes are so prolific, too. These start to ripen from the bottom up!
We also harvested three of the Spaghetti Squash yesterday. They are turning yellow. I wish I knew more about this plant -- I hope we picked these at the right time. I'm going to have to google them and try to learn more.
We've been getting plenty of cucumbers -- the Ashley cucumber has gone over the top of the 8 foot support and has gone under the wood cross bar and is coming out the other side!
The dill plant is about 4 foot tall and has seed heads already.
Our first peach --- it was delicious, by the way!
Yesterday we picked about half of them and they are sitting out to ripen. We'll probably pick the other half early next week. This Rio Grande peach tree is a real producer.
We had to cover the second blackberry patch with netting -- the berries were starting to disappear. This is the Chester thornless blackberry.
Here's one of the sunflowers opening up, at least half way...I think this is a Velvet Queen.