This week's temperatures were much cooler than normal for August. The mid 70 days were nice, but nighttime temperatures in the 40s had the garden a bit confused. I am still waiting for the tomato glut to begin, but Juliet provided a few more this week:
Bush beans continued to produce:
|Indy Gold Wax Beans|
|Royal Burgundy and Indy Gold Wax|
More cucumbers and zucchini came out of the garden than photographed. The Round Zucchini are new. They were in a mixed "Spanish Summer Mix." I was hoping for Yellow Crook Neck since my other seeds were duds. These round ones work well for stuffing:
|Copra and Spanish Onions|
|Dark Red Norland Potatoes|
Be sure to visit Daphne’s Dandelions to see what others are harvesting this week.