July One Garden Notes

As my recent posts have indicated, we’ve been buffeted by some extreme weather–wind, rain, heat and cold.  The peppers and beans, in particular, seem at a loss–growing & stopping, growing & stopping.  It will be interesting to see if there are any effects come harvest time for them.  Otherwise, everything is moving right along and we are harvesting, drying, freezing, canning and eating a wide range of vegetables and berries at this point in the season.

Poppies grown for the seeds

This week we’re picking:
carrots
chamomile & other edible flowers
favas
garlic scapes
gooseberries
green garlic
greens: arugula, chard, radicchio, kale, spinach, beet greens
herbs of all sorts
lettuces
onions
peas
potatoes
radishes
raspberries
scallions

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