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Transition

July 7, 2013
Shiro plums are almost ready

Shiro plums are almost ready

I often worry at this time in the season, the transition from spring to summer crops, if I will have enough vegetables to sell. I did cancel a week of deliveries one year, early on, for just that reason: not enough produce was ready. But it was only one week and it only happened one year. There is plenty out in the fields, but there are so many things that come later, it feels like there isn’t enough.

Here are some pictures of what is coming…some things very soon, some not for a bit. I am looking forward to them all.

Marketmore cucumbers

Marketmore cucumbers

Farao cabbages are ready now!

Farao cabbages are ready now!

The tomatoes are coming

The tomatoes are coming

The first beans will bloom soon, then just a bit longer for beans!

The first beans will bloom soon, then just a bit longer for beans!

The sweet onions are bulbing up

The sweet onions are bulbing up

I don't know what got into me to plant so many potatoes. They look good right now.

I don’t know what got into me to plant so many potatoes. They look good right now. (Except for the ones the gophers got.)

Perhaps there will be sweet corn this year?

Perhaps there will be sweet corn this year?

There should be summer lettuce, like Jester.

There should be summer lettuce, like Jester.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. senecal66 permalink
    July 8, 2013 12:35 pm

    I am anxiously waiting for the cukes and plums, They are beautiful. Date: Mon, 8 Jul 2013 05:19:56 +0000 To: bonnie3931@hotmail.com

  2. July 9, 2013 10:52 pm

    So glad I saw this! It reminds me I need to get my order in! 🙂

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