The Cherokee Purple has been pumping out some of the biggest tomatoes -- these two are about 1-1/2# together.
I've moved all of the gourds that had been sitting out by the garden in to the potting shed to continue drying. Most are drying nicely, but I've lost a few that rotted instead of drying.
I'm saving some seeds from the asparagus long beans. These were good but they have to be picked very young in my opinion. I'm kinda picky about my beans.
I've started some of the plants for the fall planting in September. These are going to be several types of broccoli and cauliflower, and Bok Choy. The fall garden will be an "eat fresh" garden, I'm only planting a few of each thing and don't plan to have to do a lot of processing of produce. The fall and winter are just too much fun to be stuck in the kitchen!
Rapini Broccoli, Early Purple Broccoli, Romanesco Broccoli (all new seed from SeedsNow) and DeCicco Broccoli (Southern Exposure Seed Exchange seeds from 2013, so we'll see how they do.)
All-Year Cauliflower (SeedsNow), Snowball X (American Seed Co.) and Green Macerata (Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds from 2014.)
I've also started some onion and leek seeds to put in the same bed as the garlic this fall. These are Sweet Spanish Onion and Giant Musselburgh Leeks from SeedsNow.
More to come this weekend!