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Monday, August 9, 2010

Harvest Monday


New to the harvest this week was one zucchini and one cubanelle pepper. Cucumbers, tomatoes (not as prolific) and eggplants are producing. Most of the other peppers are very sparse and the wonder beans are no wonder for me: no flowers just lots of leaves.


This last photo is of Sunday's harvest: the first zucchini above the blueberries and the first cubanelle in the center. I got another goldie tomato though I thought they were done.

See other harvests at Daphne's Dandelions.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Could it be that it is too hot for beans?

Daphne Gould said...

You got a nice harvest on Sunday. My two zucchinis are being very non-prolific this year.

thyme2garden said...

No wonder beans? :) LIke vrtlarica, it may just be too hot for so many of our vegetables. My bean plants also have not been doing very well the last month.