Mid-July harvest in pictures

This week harvest in pictures. Some veggies had to be tossed away because they were overgrown.


These were picked early Saturday morning last week, but did not make into last post.

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  1. Hi! Great harvest but I bet you hate throwing some away! I know I would! Nancy

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    1. As much as I hate throw things away there's no reason to keep something that can't be eaten.

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  2. It's always a shame when things keep growing even when we don't have the time to deal with them. You've got some great harvests!

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    1. thank you, it would be picked if I was not out of town but unfortunately I forgot to give specific instructions to my hubby on what exactly has to be picked. oh well :)

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  3. What a nice presentation of all your harvest pictures. Looks like your garden is really producing for you! Looks great!

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    1. thank you :) I love when I get to pick such harvest.

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  4. Just a fantastic harvest - such variety!

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    1. I love variety! This summer everything is off but that's what makes it interesting.

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  5. Those tomatoes look wonderful! What a great variety!

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    1. They are very good, especially my favorite purple and black varieties. I do like the black zebra stripes but taste is average. Makes it for a very colorful salad. There are over 25 varieties planted but I'm not sure of all of them.

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  6. Great photos! Looks like you had a productive week!

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    1. Thank you, it's been a good week.

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  7. Nice diversity and alot of production this week! Sorry you lost some of the harvest bounty but sometimes when you are away that can happen. I lost all of my fall broccoli crop last year because I was traveling and they (unfortunately) all wanted to be harvested at the same time - just as I was away. (sigh)

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    1. That is unfortunate for sure. I have another trip coming up in fall so I hope it won't affect harvest.

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  8. That's a load of veggies, your harvest really looks great this week.

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    1. Thank you, it's a good week but I do wish for cucumbers to slow down.

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  9. Just a couple of things then? he he he. In all seriousness though I am particularly jealous of all those beautiful tomatoes - oh what I'd do for a nice home grown tomato right now...

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    1. That I have to agree - the heirlooms right off the vine are fabulous. Wish you could try Black Krim (the one that was measured separately with green shoulders) - with a slice of fresh mozzarela and a basil leaf - YUM!

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  10. wow, looks like enough to feed an army! And what a great variety, that is so awesome.

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    1. LOL! Not quite an army, but quite a few happy coworkers :)

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  11. OMG! I want to be you. Your veggies are gorgeous.

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    1. Percious! It's so good to see you back online again. Wish you lived closer so I could share some of the harvest but being in the middle of nowhere does not help. As you can see I'm still running the self-challenge via my garden and healthy eating. While we still have to buy seafood and meat it really helps cut the cost of shoping when you go pick your meal each night just outside your door. I hope you'll stop by more often and see more pictures and I'll keep checking your site from time to time :)

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  12. It's coming in strong for you now! You've got a great variety of produce to enjoy. I'm particularly envious of your peas. We're hoping to have some before the season's over. We'll have to see.

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    1. I hope you'll have peas as well. mine have just finished and were pulled out, but I will plant fall garden this weekend so hope for more in september.

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