This is what I picked this morning. There are still a couple pattypans and zucchini on the vine that I will ask my son to get. I was wearing shorts and sandals and the little spines on the squash plants make me itch for hours!
|This morning's harvest|
Here are some other photos.
One of my two bell pepper plants is finally loaded with peppers. The other is shaded by a giant cherry tomato plant that outgrew its cage. Looks like there is some pepper jelly in our future!
|Bell and jalapeño peppers|
While one vine succumbed to SVB the other zucchini is still going strong! These were from yesterday.
|Costata Romesco Zucchini|
The German Giants are living up to their names. They are huge!
|German Giant Tomatoes|
My favorite tomato is Cherokee Green. These are destined for some tomato jam. I hope the green color looks appetizing in the jam.
|Ripe Cherokee Green Tomatoes|
These are Mountain Gold tomatoes. We are not getting a lot of these this year. I grow yellow tomatoes specifically so we can make yellow tomato soup!
|Mountain Gold Tomatoes|
A nice haul of pink eye purple hulls. My family loves these. I have already started looking through catalogs picking out a few more Southern peas for next year.
|Pink Eye Purple Hulls|
Okay, that's enough for now. Pop on over to Daphne's Dandelions and her Harvest Monday blog hop to see what else people are harvesting!