Well, the bounty flowed in from the gardens today, bowl after bowl after bowl came in from hubby, enough that my biggest canning stew roaster is full of my first pasta sauce for this year! Yippy.. Fresh Tomato’s, Onion, Garlic, Summer Squash, Celery, and some lovely greens..
Plus Hubby took me some great garden photos, I got things trimmed and cut up.
Lets play a little game, what in this photo has been allowed to go to seed for harvesting later, it will be used for winter sprouting.. hint, they will have a little heat to them, and they produce tons of small black seeds.
What are the three plants in this photo..
What kind of heritage beet are these.
Are these for summer or winter eating, are they sweet or heat when eaten raw, and do they change their flavor when cooked or not..
A see of potato plants but who can tell me what is growing in the background that is producing those pretty yellow flowers..
Remember those Nova raspberry canes we planted this spring, well they are already producing their first crops and the fruit is large and very tasty indeed.