Spring & Summer Garden Harvest - May thru July 2018

 
 
 
 
 
 

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Here is a montage of what I picked from May to July of this year. Shown here are cucumbers, zucchini, peppers, cherry tomatoes, and tomatillo. All very tasty.

Summer Garden - Variety of Peppers - July 1, 2018

 
 
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These photos show my various pepper plants, which perform really well throughout the hot and humid summer months when other crops start to slow down. Taken back in July, all varieties have continued to provide much abundance of flavors and heat to pair with meals. This pepper garden includes: Carmen Italian and Pimiento, which are of the sweet variety; and Serrano, Hot Banana, Hot Jalapeño, and Mild Jalapeño peppers.

Spring Garden - Tomatillos - May 7, 2018

 

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These two photos show how tomatillo plants grow. Loads of flowers, which produce tomatillos if cross-pollinated, so I plant two individual plants side by side. Bees and other insects fly from flower to flower to create this magic. Tomatillos have a thin layer surrounding it, which peels off easily. They look like green tomatoes and are ideal in homemade salsa. Necesito salsa!

Spring Garden - Cucumber & Zucchini - May 7, 2018

 
 
 

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These photos highlight the growing characteristics of both cucumber and zucchini. Cucumber plants vine upward with strong stalks and massive leaves. The flowers produce cucumbers underneath them. Very similar is the zucchini plant, which doesn't vine, but also has strong stalks and massive leaves.  They too begin growing underneath the flower as well.

Spring Garden - Husky Cherry Red Tomatoes - May 6, 2018

 

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Illustrated here is the Husky Cherry Red tomato plant. Its fruit is a little bigger than Cherry 100 tomatoes but no less tasty and in fact better suited for hot and humid weather.  All summer long you can enjoy fresh and sweet tomatoes with any meal at any time.