Update on the Garden: Zinnias, Hyacinth Bean, Purple Cherokees and More

Update on the Garden: Zinnias, Hyacinth Bean, Purple Cherokees and More

A look at what’s growing at Sour Cherry Farm in early September.

Th sidewalk with zinnas. I like the little ones at about 11 o’clokc best. They don’t sitck out quite as far and just bring a pretty color to the vegetable garden.lj090513garden01

 

Hyacinth bean. Not edible, but very beautiful.lj090513garden02

 

Zinnia closeups.lj090513garden03

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Purple cherokee tomatoes:lj090513garden05

 

A jungle of tomatoes and basil:lj090513garden06

 

Russian sage, basil and green and yellow wax beans:lj090513garden07

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Look at the difference between the hybrid tomato plants here …lj090513garden12

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… and the heirloom here. So much healthier.lj090513garden14

Onions:

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Radishes:

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Lettuces:

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Chard:

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More hyacinth bean:lj090513garden23

 

Herbs and bolted lettuce:lj090513garden24

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lj090513garden30Good times. A good year.

 

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