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Today was a pretty exciting day in the garden. We picked about 20 beets, 8 onions, and a few bunches of lettuce. The tomatoes are looking very good, I actually picked a couple of the Gooseberry yellow tomatoes and ate them right off the vine. The peppers are also looking very good. For the first time this summer we are going through a hot stretch, yesterday it was in the low-9o’s, today it was in the upper-80’s and very humid. We also got quite a bit of rain this weekend.

Here are the pics:

Here are some of the flowers we planted, notice the honeybee on the purple flower…

Green zebra tomatoes

Santa Fe pepper

This is an evening sunflower we discovered growing with the eggplants. It looks similar to the sunflower plant that is growing in a nearby neighbors garden.

Then we saw this…

gooseberry tomatoes

Today’s harvest…

One of the most important resources that a garden makes available for use, is the gardener’s own body. A garden gives the body the dignity of working in its own support. It is a way of rejoining the human race.
-Wendell Berry

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