Friday morning and we needed a very short walk to exercise Paul's heart so we headed for the garden to see what has changed the two weeks!
The Blueberries are juicing up!
Did You Know? - The coating on the blueberries is a safe, natural part of the fruit. Known as the "bloom," the waxy, silvery-white substance on the surface of grapes, blueberries, and certain plums acts as a barrier against insects and bacteria and helps to seal in the fruit's moisture.The bloom is also a sign of freshness, since it fades with time and handling.
Mr Apple is loaded with fuit... Paul can really keep the doctor away now!
The tomatoes seem to grow inches everyday!
The Kale looks so incredibly healthy
The corn was at V-3 (Three leaves fully away from the stalk)
The Spaghetti squash is comong on strong
The bush beans are ready to pick! They are delicious eaten raw!
Beans and peppers hiding behind the Swiss Chard
We will be getting small squash from these guys
next week and they will produce all summer tong!
Remember the girl and boy squash blossoms?
Ready to go! Sue will saute these fellers up and they will be as tender as can be!
The corn grows very fast. Under favorable growing conditions, corn plants can
grow nearly 3 inches per day between V8 (the eight-leaf collar stage) and V15.
Fat little Favabeans are ready to harvest
Soon my little dears you will be made into stuffed peppers
The tomatoes hide very well inside the shady portion of the plants!