Last night we tried a couple of radishes, yow-we they were spicy!
Unfortunately, I don't remember what variety they were as we have two in the garden. Note for next year, keep a better garden plan...
We also are starting to see some of our round zucchini. Speaking of squashes we got a beautifull array from yesterday's CSA pick-up
Our squash patch is looking pretty good too.
We also have a variety of tomatoes coming in, considering we have about 12 tomato plants I'm looking forward to the end of the summer when we won't have to buy them, local and organic can get pricey! Hmmmm I wonder of the CSA will have tomatoes...
Here are the Brandywines, they are still tiny.
When I bought the 3 Lemon Boys one plants already had a tomato, this is it I haven't noticed any more, but the plants are a bit of a jumble...
Our Patio Tomato, while still tiny has a nice piece of fruit on it's way.
We also have 3 Romas that are doing pretty well. It looks like all of them are starting to bear fruit,
and our Acid Free Yellow is also starting to bear fruit
We also have peas that are podding, now I don't like peas but tasting these I may have to change my mind. Our Spinach never does well, grows too fast and flowers to quickly on us. I think next year I will be planting a few rows of peas instead of spinach
The rest of the garden is doing well, our herbs are looking good:
Butternuts in the compost
Tomatoes in the greens
A Zinnia in the tomatoes
and a Sunflower between the asparagus and zucchini
Speaking of Sunflowers, some of my more established ones are starting to bloom, shame they didn't make it to 7 - 8 feet like last year, however, it's nice to see the flowers and their friends