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Harvest Monday


These past few weeks have been really warm! Warm enough to keep the a/c running in the evening, and we rarely do that.

Also, I’ve had my family staying over for a couple of weeks and had a wedding, our housewarming party, and a bunch of family bbqs/get togethers. This summer was amazingly busy and wonderful. This is the reason for not having any updates.

So, here is my harvest this past week. One cherry tomato and a handful of hot peppers. I had a few other tomatoes that we used for salads and some soup that I didn’t take a picture of. The pepper plant was a gift from my uncle, so I’m not sure what kind of pepper plant it is. I just know that they’re pretty hot.

I also sowed some seed this weekend.

Sowed 8/8 & 8/9
Lettuce greens
Mustard greens
Kale (Red russian and Lacinato)

Hope all is growing well in your garden!

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4 thoughts on “Harvest Monday

  1. maryhysong on said:

    Sounds like you had a nice harvest; I’m in fall planting mode also; we finally got a couple of nice rains and things are sprouting up.

  2. charltonestatetrust on said:

    nice!

  3. Not sure what kind of bug it is, but it might sound like they’re aphids. Try spraying them off with the house. Keep doing that for a few days because they’ll come back the next day. After a while they should lower in numbers.

  4. Lovely….how are you getting the bugs from not eating your leaves. My squash is fighting a battle with these little black bugs.

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