September 23 harvest

Another small weekend harvest - tomatoes, peppers, beans, corn, eggplants, melons, kale, parsley, red cabbage and a handful of first brussels sprouts.

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  1. Wow, your garden is still producing quite well! What a nice variety for this time of the year!

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    1. Thank you, I enjoy all little tidbits it still gives me. :)

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  2. Nice variety and production! I am jealous!

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    1. It's slowly wraping up, and I can't wait for Fall harvest to really start. I planted broccoli, cauliflower, variety of carrots and such but it will be a while before I can get them.

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  3. Goodness! You are still getting corn! I am envious of your tomatoes and peppers. I have lots of them on but most are quite green. The peppers of course will get used but the tomatoes are a question mark at this point whether they will mature sufficiently to ripen off the vine or not.

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    1. I planted corn very late - in July so it's only now got ready for picking, but it's very sweet so was worth waiting for it. Peppers went into round two of bloom in August so they're loaded with tiny small green peppers - let's hope weather stays warm enough for them to grow so i can pick them. And I cleaned out community garden tomatoes so that's my green tomato basket. My main garden still has more than enough green tomatoes on the vine.

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  4. So many variety of each summer vegetables you grow :). Looks like a market over there. So much fun and enjoy looking at your wonderful harvest.

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    1. Thank you, I do like variety. Hopefully next year will be better organized and less weather and bug problems.

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    2. I grow several variety of each veggie each years. Because the performance varies each year depending on how hot or how cold it will be.

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  5. very impressive harvest week for you. I really like the way you lay out your photos! And that pile of peppers is really pretty!

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    1. Thank you, though I wish I picked more hot peppers for green tomato salsa :)

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  6. What a lovely harvest that you are still getting! Must be nice to still get corn too. What do you do with all your green tomatoes? Nancy

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    1. thank you Nancy, i'll be making green tomato salsa.

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  7. Wow, nice bountiful harvest, wish I have some corns.

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    1. thank you, that corn was very sweet and tasty.

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  8. That's a huge haul with lovely variety. I am glad that others have corn that looks like mine.

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    1. thank you, i don't mind corn being small as long as it remains sweet.

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  9. You and I clearly have different definitions for the word small. Great harvest!

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    1. thank you, i guess i should have said "smaller" in comparison to others. they do get smaller with each pass.

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  10. That's a lovely variety of harvest. Those corn must be sooooo sweet.

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    1. thank you, that corn was very sweet and so very tasty.

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  11. Great variety but again I don't call that a small harvest.

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  12. So that's a small harvest! Everything looks great. I wouldn't mind having those peppers.

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    1. Thank you, I wish I had more of those peppers planted.

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