|Baby Marketmore cucumbers|
The cucumbers are doing awesome this year and I'm pretty proud of them. I've been snipping off any poorly pollinated or curled fruit leaving the plants to put more energy into the nice ones.
|The first cucumbers and a new row of bush beans|
I love cucumber season.
The tomatoes are doing well. It feels a little weird not to allow the jungle to take over.
|Very orderly tomato plants around the monster zucchini. |
Fruit the size of cherries
|Celebrity Tomatoes now about the size of baseballs|
|A previous year's harvest. See what I mean about the dirt? That grey all rubs off.|
That is also the color our white shed doors always turned.
Once they're bagged, it is easier to see how many there are. I bagged 25 and there are two, maybe three, I did not get bagged because I ran out of bags. If there is a brand name on the bag, or if you write on the bag with marker, that will block the sunlight and supposedly, you will get a pale mark on the apple. So you could personalize apples if you wanted to.
|The apples bagged with plastic zip bags|
We are still enjoying Daylillies
|The Dry Creek Bed|
|Last year's project "the Big Drain"|