Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Here's one of the other food garden looks like. The most remarkable part, I think, is that this all used to be covered in mostly brush.
One of the new pawpaw trees.
Another thornless blackberry. Probably chester.
Asian pear tree. Four varieties on 1 rootstock. One branch bloomed this year, so probably not any fruit.
I've been using all the wood that I cut up to prop the tomatoes off the ground.
OH WOULD YOU JUST RIPEN ALREADY!!!
Horseradish garden overrun by weeds. Oh well, the weeds will probably soon be overrun by horseradish.
A random cucurbrit. Strangely enough, I planted some pumpkins nearby but they dissapeared. Perhaps they were moved by a bird. We'll wait to see.
These are some of the first potato plants I planted this year. They are just now starting to catch up to my earlier planting. Maybe I will wait until may next year to do any potato planting.
Asian plum. Four varieties, 1 rootstock.
Yellow stemmed chard.
annual artichoke. Will this mature for me?
One of my surviving asparagus seedlings. I had to move these as the site I picked out for them turned out to be too shady when the sun rises higher in the summer.
Grape from raintree. I don't remember the variety but I do remember it is an early seedless variety. Hope to make lots of raisins in the future.
My nectarine tree. I thought it croaked in the nasty wet spring but it seems to be making a comeback. We'll see.
Misc seedlings and some okra.
Beets and the cement mixer.
The girls want to know what sort of goodies I am going to throw over the fence.