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Hansel eggplant was the plant for me to grow in pots, abundant vegetables constantly and when picked at finger length, did not have any bitterness to it.
Spicy Belle was one of the best bells to grow in pots with it's spicy flavor. It gave more options on using these creatively. Very productive plants!
Dew-kissed savoy cabbage (var. Melissa from Territorial Seed)
Colorful Cauliflower - var. Broccoverde (Nichols), Cheddar and Graffiti (Territorial Seed)
The monastery monks collected an early-season onion crop. Now, set to dry, the harvest awaits processing for their self-sustaining lifestyle.
A load of tomatoes and herbs from the garden prior to coming in the house to be canned. Fresh tomatoes from the Midwest are wonderful!
The first picking of San Marzano Plum Tomatoes
Fresh peppers and sweet 100 tomatoes from my garden in Mesa, AZ, picked at the end of January while most of the rest of the country could only dream of such a thing.
"Morning Loot" - Basket of goodies straight from the garden, picked morning fresh!
"House of Gourds" - Lots of fun to grow and many uses!
...and the butternut squash hasn't been picked yet!
First try @ the Fair. My culinary herbs won 3 blue ribbons! pink orange and blue vases are from the local thrift shop.
spaghetti squash hiding in the bush zucchini
This is a JAP Pumpkin. Once picked and kept dry, It will keep for 5 months.
These 'Stink Horns' grow freely in my Veggie Gard. I am told the ball like things are edible ?
I sliced open a pepper only to find it held a horrified expression.
Vine ripened tomato sandwich, BLTOC is my favorite.
My rainbow cherry tomatoes. I grew a large variety of cherry tomatoes this year that I am calling my rainbow garden. I grew brown, red, pink, orange, yellow cherry and yellow pear tomatoes.
My cabbage just keep going, no matter the weather. They are also good neighbors to the nasturtium who sneak into the shot...lol
Snap Peas are always welcome in my garden. They are pretty to look at and delicious to eat!
I cut open this pepper and I thought it was interesting that the seeds were arranged in the shape of a heart.
Cherry tomatoes salad.
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