2020 pick of the day


#121

Fantastic coloration!


#122

Foraged watercress, mulberries from my dwarf plant, and berries for pie


#123

Should we have a separate thread just showcasing unusual shakes and growth?

Conjoined zukes.


#124

Are the partially dried red currants sweeter than others?


#125

For this thread, we would be happy so see any fruit/veggie/flower grown by the poster.
Thanks for posting. :smiley:


#126

Good question, I wish I could answer it! I didn’t try them before making them into pie filling. Crazy, right?


#127

Grape tomatoes = Romello or are different varieties?


#128

The tag says Tomato “Red Grape”. I bought them as small plants from a local nursery back in May. They are in an enclosure with shade cloth so basically in the shade, except for late in the afternoon. The plants are about 4 feet high and still produce fruits.


#129

The rest of Donut peach: they lasted for a long time on the tree
Mixed plums: Shiro (yellow), Santa Rosa, Satsuma, Burgundy
Flavor Grenade: first one that dropped, sweet and a little sour, very nice

I finally found a way to use the fresh blackberries. Except for me, no one in my family eats them because of the seeds. Using the food mill, patiently, to remove the seeds, I could get all the pulp and juice. Adding a little sugar and some ice, it makes a very nice summer drink.


#130

Triple Crown Blackberries


#131

Early Laxton.Sweet,delightful little Plum.bb


#132

Wowww!


#133

Beautiful berries! They look huge!


#134

Thank you! They do have a good size, flavor is good as well!


#135

Beets, the last of the strawberries and peas.


Garlic. I hosed the garlic down because the roots had dried cow compost sticking to it pretty good and I could not brush it off.


#136

The last of Shiro plum, tastes better than usual, and Sweet Treat pluerry.


#137

Pulled a small batch of carrots to see how they were doing. This is the small, Parisian Carrot.


The first ripe raspberries and currants of the season.


#138

Look great taste even better!


#139

First Raspberries off this wild bush. They had a very pleasant aroma with good acidity.

First Schauenburger cherries ( If I have time I’ll pick them tomorrow):


#140

those are good sized raspberries for a wild bush. ours are half that size here.