My June Garden Report

Just a couple of photos, but I’m pretty happy so far with what I’ve been able to harvest. Last weekend I gathered the vegetables shown in the photo below: 1 summer dance cucumber, national picking cucumbers, lavender touch eggplant, raveena eggplant, yellow crookneck squash, bennings tint scalloped squash, ambassador zucchini squash, and a few sprigs of basil. I couldn’t stand the typos I made so I had to go back and cross them out. 🙂

Garden Harvest

This next photo shows the most prolific tomato plant in my garden.  I am very pleased to see amongst the larger tomatoes, the little tiny tomatoes.

Tomatoes
I haven’t picked any tomatoes yet, but there are a few turning color and should be ready to pick soon.

Red Tomatoes

It is getting pretty hot here and I’m having to water every other day.  I should water in the mornings, but I can only do that on the three days I’m home.  I end up watering on Tuesday or Wednesday evening usually.

How is YOUR garden growing?

Mrs. Accountability

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2 thoughts on “My June Garden Report

  1. Our garden is disappointing this year. We’ve had some terrible wind the latter part of May and it’s done a real number on some of our young plants. That is one of the downsides of living in a new construction neighborhood – no mature trees to block the wind! Our strawberries are growing like mad though and our lettuce, radishes, eggplants and peppers are trying to survive and thrive despite the conditions. Regular watering and fertilizing will hopefully see them through to produce in our hands! Our growing season is a lot shorter than yours though (me being in Minnesota and all) so our first produce, besides strawberries, won’t be for another 4-6 weeks.

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    Mrs. Accountability Reply:

    Hi Cynthia, sorry to hear about your garden this year. Some years are disappointing. My strawberries all died from the heat. Hopefully you’ll have lettuce and radishes sooner than you expect! Thanks for visiting and commenting!

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