It’s working, it’s really working!

Aside from the harvest, this is one of my favorite stages of gardening.

When you go outside and notice a handful of cherry tomatoes that seemed to appear overnight.

Or tiny jalapenos dropping from the stem.

(I noticed a half-eaten jalapeno on the ground. I hope it was hot enough to teach the chipmunks a lesson…)

And butternut squash flowers fading into gourds. 

This is also the stage when it’s really really annoying to buy produce at the grocery store.

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4 Comments

  1. Achieving Clarity July 20, 2012

    Good for you! Between the drought and the three weeks of temps over 100 degrees with at least one more forecast next week I don’t think my harvest will compare to yours.

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  2. Kate July 21, 2012

    Looks great!

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