Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Cabbage, Savoy, Rocks.

I picked this a week and a half ago, and it was damn tasty.
My cabbages are really, really happy this year.
My tomatoes are too, although they're coming on slow.
My potato towers look great too, I hope they work out. You're supposed to be able to grow 30 to 40 pounds in one three foot round by three foot tall wire tower, and it sure looks like it's working.
Might be a record year for hops and grapes, too. And last weekend, Kori and I picked a five gallon bucket full of cherries at our lovely pal Shannon's house, pitted them all and froze them. All but the gallon or so we gave away at EVP after picking them.
Next up, kale, garlic ramps and grapes.

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