TURBAN GOURDS: looked better on June 1 than June 14.
|TURBAN GOURD JUNE 1|
|TURBAN GOURD JUNE 14|
MELON: The watermelon plants are nicely shaped and healthy. But, are they supposed to be so small?
The cantaloupe seems to be coming back from the hail damage.
|CANTALOUPE JUNE 16|
|WATERMELON JUNE 14|
|BABY BOO AND JACK B JUNE6|
|BABY BOO AND JACK B LITTLE JUNE 14|
|CINDERELLA PUMPKIN JUNE 14|
Yellow Brandywine is looking better compared to a week ago. It is greener, rather then yellow.
|YELLOW BRANDYWINE JUNE 14|
|YELLOW BRANDYWINE JUNE 6|
|"Edward! Get out of the Momotaro!"|
|SUNGOLD JUNE 14|
|JAPANESE TRIFELE JUNE 14|
|ACE JUNE 16|
|MR. STRIPEY JUNE 16|
BEANS: Again, the older Jade bush beans looked better a week ago. The right photo shows beans planted two weeks apart, the yellowed ones oldest.
|JADE BUSH BEAN JUNE 16|
|JADE BUSH BEAN JUNE 6|
CUCUMBERS: Summer Dance doesn't look too promising, neither does one of the Lemons. But the three Lemons I got at the high school Future Farmer's of America sale look great! They are starting to climb the tomato cage trellis.
|SUMMER DANCE CUCUMBER JUNE 14|
|LEMON CUCUMBER JUNE 16|
|WONDER BELL JUNE 14|
|CALIFORNIA WONDER JUNE 14|
|QUADRATO D'ASTI ROSSO JUNE 14|
PEAS: What can I say about the Cascadia peas? Just that they are producing beyond my wildest expectations! No sign of slowing, and putting out new blossoms daily. Even raw they are tender and delicious.
|CASCADIA SNAP PEAS JUNE 14|