New England Garden Journal – July Part 2

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Connecticut organic garden, late but not out of the running. I hope you enjoy the photos.

Pickling cucumbers are up!

Pickling cucumbers are up!

Blue Lake bush beans

Blue Lake bush beans had been pruned by a single deer a week ago. I always get a single visit and then no more. Stay away, deer. These are mine!

Tomato plant volunteer in front garden. I am hoping it is yellow pear cherry tomato.

Tomato plant volunteer in front garden. I am hoping it is yellow pear cherry tomato.

Lemon squash doing well in terraced bed.

Lemon squash doing well in terraced bed planted with a giant nasturtium.

French radishes will be ready for harvest in a week or so. These are long, thin radishes with a mild taste.

French Breakfast radishes will be ready for harvest in a week or so. These are long, thin radishes with a mild spicy taste.

Bean teepee is hosting Trail of Tears black beans this year. These germinated 3 days ago.

Bean teepee is hosting Trail of Tears black beans this year. These germinated 3 days ago.

Heirloom sweet corn is doing very well so far. Fingers and toes crossed that it continues to thrive and gives us a decent harvest. I have over 50 plants in that single raised bed.

Heirloom sweet corn is doing very well so far. Fingers and toes crossed that it continues to thrive and gives us a decent harvest. I have over 50 plants in that single raised bed.

Loose leaf lettuce on left and spinach seedlings in same raised bed with red onions.

Loose leaf lettuce on left and spinach seedlings in same raised bed with red onions.

Heirloom zucchini germinated and working on its first set of true leaves. Grow fast, zucchini, grow fast!

Heirloom zucchini germinated and working on its first set of true leaves. Grow fast, zucchini, grow fast!

Moskovich tomato plants on left, garlic on right and snow peas growing on welded wire trellis on end of bed.

Moskovich tomato plants on left, garlic on right and snow peas growing on welded wire trellis on end of bed.

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2 responses »

  1. I always love your gardening journal…really nice pics! Ha! Im sounding like a broken record but I know you like it. Love ya

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