Container Garden Update — July 16, 2017

-A.J.

It’s the middle of July, and we’re about to turn the corner from “growth” to “production”. The raspberries are in full swing:

170716 raspberry

There’s a lot more where that came from. Nice output from a pot on the patio:

170716 raspberry plant

The other fun find today were what I think are filet beans — the pods were all hiding under leaves:

170716 beans

We’re going to have a caprese salad tonight using some of this basil:

170716 basil

The Tromboncino zucchini are doing well. There are a few fruits, this one is about 1′ long:

170716 zucchini

The 8′ zucchini trellis:

170716 zucchini plant

Hiding on the north side of the zucchini plant are some spinach, basil, and romaine seedlings. A critter got into them last night, so now they have bird netting over the top:

170716 seedlings

The Minnesota Midget melons are coming along after the slow start:

170716 melon

The cucumbers. There’s one on the bottom right that should be ready in a few days:

170716 cucumber

We’re going to get a *lot* of tomatillos this year:

170716 tomatillo

The Lilac peppers:

170716 lilac peppers

The Carmens:

170716 carmen

The Oregon Spring. Doing their usual crazy early thing:

170716 oregon spring

 

An overview from the “hill”. It rained a little bit this morning:

170716 overview

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Visit Dave at Ourhappyacres, host of Harvest Monday.

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