Monday, August 15, 2011

Some Edibles Lately

It's been awhile since I've posted any updates on the garden.  While my work has leveled off out there for this growing season, the fruits of the plants' labor are just coming into their prime.  Here are some lovelies doing their ripening thing:

"Pineapple" Tomatoes ripening

 Zapotec Pink Ribbed Heirloom Tomato- a late season variety, so still a ways to go (but I can't wait to try these!)

 Garlic Scape just about straight- time to eat some garlic. 

 Fuzzy frost peaches

 Apple from a young tree

 Raspberries- transplants from Mr. Marley's 30 year old patch down the street.

Sugar Snap Peas- we were a bit dissappointed with this year's  yield, but not the flavor, especially these two.  "Can we has some?  Peas?  Peas?"

 Sweet little sungolds

 Huge tomatillo.  I need a few more for Salsa Verde....

 Green Zebra Tomato.  The first one was quite tangy and firm- delicious!

Blueberries- an amazing performance for a first-year plant

 Berry bounty- blackberries from the patch across the street, Raspberries, blueberries.  Bliss.

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