Category Archives: peas

2011 Garden Reflections: Peas, Beans & Corn

As I look back on this second year in this garden, some of last year’s successes were repeated, others were not. Some of last year’s failures were corrected, others were not. Here are part of my reflections. Previous posts were … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday 8/8/11

This week was another week with lots of cucumbers. It’s time to make pickles again! The zucchini and patty pan have not been producing that much. We’re still looking forward to each one that ripens. That’s a good thing but … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday 8/1/11

The harvests continue to broaden each week.  This week the new arrivals were red peppers, patty pan squash, swiss chard (finally!) , purple calabash tomatoes, and green beans. Here are photos of this week’s harvests. Monday I returned from a … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday 7/25/11

There were fewer harvests this week because we traveled to a wedding this past weekend. Monday I picked the first cosmonaut volkov tomato and some lettuce for a BLT Tuesday I sampled a head of the music garlic. I decided … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday 7/18/11

This week the harvests continued to broaden. Here are the harvest photos. Monday: Peas, Raspberries, Sungold Tomatoes & the last strawberry. Pea harvest has slowed down this week. Tuesday: Kale, chamomile, broccoli, peas, cucumbers & a test head of garlic. … Continue reading

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