3 types of peas (snow, snap, shell)
3 types of beans (green, black, edamame)
3 peppers (all bell, different colors)
3 types of tomatoes (paste, eating, cherry)
cucumbers (I know most are cucumbers!)
18 hills of corn (sugar)
In addition to all that, there is a variety of fruit on property.
crazy amounts of wild grapes
13 apple trees (a mix, three are crabapple for the birds) - all producing
5 pear trees (new, non-producing yet)
12 rhubarb plants (non-producing yet)
a plethora of wild long blackberries
2 red raspberries (domesticated)
2 mulberry trees (1 producing, 1 non-producing)
1 cherry tree (red and sour, 50+ years old)
And now, for my favorite part, the pictures. Ideally, this will be a weekly post, detailing the growth in the garden.
From L->R: Peas (1 row), Beans (2 rows), 3 Peppers (in the back)
Tomatoes and Eggplant
Front to back it is: Radishes and Carrots (front row), dill (middle), spinach and lettuce mix (third row), corn (vertical rows in back)
Now, the fruit trees/plants:
Seeing it all laid out like this, I really understand how easily I get so busy with food prep and storage from July-October. I can't wait to show you next week's growth! Also, tune in soon for the return of Food Fridays as the CSA Season starts!