Some remaining black raspberries as well as blueberries and wineberries -loving the berry season this year. My hubby LOVES blueberries so he's very happy with this year harvest. I have to add few more bushes next year. Some dill and fennel from the farm,
End of July update
Another two weeks flew by fast. Many changes in the garden, some good and some not so good. Groundhog found his way into the large garden so it's a total write-off. Nothing is salvageable other than pulled garlic. Until my hubby figures out how to keep that furball out I'm not going to plant there. Even the peppers are not safe. But the small garden is producing, and the farm starting to pick up as well. It's all good. Overload on beans - most of these have been given away at this point as I have enough frozen for winter now. Picked few young potatoes - Yukon Gold and Red Pontiac and even few fingerlings for salad. Picked and sorted out garlic (the one picutred is the seed for fall). Onions got lost in weeds and didn't get to grow well, most of them vanished completely. Still have enough to use for few weeks but will get a bag from local grower for winter.
Posted by Jenny Rottinger