Head on over to Daphne's Dandelions and scroll on down to see what everyone else is harvesting.
On the 10th I canned 10 Quarts of green beans. I'm loving the wide mouth jars for this. I used my 23 quart Presto Pressure Canner.
On the 12th I harvested the first of my tomatoes and 1 squash. I have 2 squash plants and they are producing just the right amount for what my husband and I can eat.
Here is today's harvest, August 15th. There is an infestation of caterpillars. They have orange red heads and black and grey stripe the long way. They are all over the house and it was amazing to me that they were on everything and didn't care that it was a jalapeno, pumpkin, or onion. I'll post a photo when I can calm down enough to get one. They've just about destroyed my green onions.
If you've never tried a lemon cucumber you need to. It's delicious! This one was a little bigger than the size of a baseball.
I accidentally got my first heirloom tomato. Oops. I love the character. This is a pink brandywine that's still green of course. I'm going to let it sit in the window sill and see if it'll ripen.
I also did my 3rd green bean picking. It's slowing down. They cut the alfalfa in the field next to the garden and the grasshoppers have moved in. Wish they'd eat the caterpillars instead of the green bean blossoms.
And this had me super happy. The jalapenos are starting to look good. I didn't really need this many but I did chop up 4 and needed 3 for my pico de gallo. It's heavenly to eat fresh pico from fresh produce. I'll post photos soon.
I haven't done a total before so I thought I'd start today. I think it's such a great idea and something I want to include in my garden journal from now on.
Alliums: 5.15 lb
Cabbage: .88 lb
Cucumber: 1.1 lb
Green Beans: 4.41 lbs
Jalapenos: .25 lb
Kohlrabi: .10 lb
Squash: .44 lb
Tomato: 3.7 lbs