Saturday, August 4, 2018

Much Miscellaneous - August 2018

Mostly photos I took today.  Some nice harvests, and I "found" some ornamental gourds! 

Frost peaches, Flavor Supreme pluot, Hoskins-Barger tomatoes

Frost peach, lemon cucumber, Provider bush beans, dandelion greens for the Guinea pigs - this was 1/4 of the day's bean harvest!

























ornamental gourd - in with the Sweet Meat squash

ornamental gourd - I think

























biggest Sweet Meat winter squash - I photograph it daily, it grows that quickly!
mini pumpkin tendril on tomato

























Virginia creeper already covering new wire fencing - that didn't take long!

wisteria growth - and and up - the trellis gets pretty hot, so I don't blame it for not twining around it right now



3 comments:

  1. Nice! What type of wisteria do you grow? Here in southwest Ohio I don't think any type flowers. That didn't stop the garden center selling it. Grrr... The plant pulled my trellis out of the ground it grew so aggressively, yet not a single bloom. ~sigh~ Happy Gardening!

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    1. It didn't have a name other than "Wisteria sinensis," which is the Chinese wisteria. Mine was only planted last year, and has grown so much already. No flowers yet, but they do bloom here.

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    2. Good luck! ~grin~ And thank you for the information.

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