I'm posting photos of several day's harvest.
August 24, tomatoes are still only a trickle, cucumbers are slowing down, here Eureka and North Carolina Pickle, pears, Harkness Delight, Rescue,-
Beans are most heirlooms, Uncle Steve's striped pole; Italian yellow Shrimp beans, Annelino Giallo;
Grandma Robert's Purple Pole; Super Marconi Romano Pole, Yer Fasulyasi Romano bush, a mystery light purplish pole; and Park's Speedy-
August 26, this is one of my big Cocozelle Italian striped squash, the biggest so far was 4.75 lb., over 2 Kilos. Cucumbers are Tanja, Diva, and Eureka-
Beans, some are the early Pisarecka Zlutoluske heirloom yellow wax beans that are already dry, and a few dry heirloom Yer Fasulyasi Romano bush beans, most are the same as the above beans except some darker purple pencil bush beans from Park called Velour-
August 31, some yellow Crooknecks, so buttery and nutty flavored; finally an avalanche of tomatoes, I'm growing heirlooms from saved seed so results can be variable- Verna's Orange Oxheart; Black Sea Man; Napoli (not true to description); Heidi; Tegucigalpe; San Marzano; Gogosha, has been my heaviest yielder; local favorite Legend which is late blight resistant; new varieties I'm trying from the Sample Seed Shop, Orlovskie Versaki; Monkey Ass; Shapka Monomakha-
I'm still getting pears, the early apples (Prince William below) are over, and later apples still to come.
Thanks for visiting me, Hannah