Salad! We have a lot of beautiful salad greens and beans growing. I tend to grow the greens under the bean tepee because the beans tend to shade the greens just when it's getting a little too hot for them. This year it's already too hot for them though and the beans aren't fully gown. A few of these look like they might bolt if it's gets much hotter. It's supposed to rain for the next few days though.
Some onions I harvested today. I don't grown huge onions. Not by design or anything, they just don't get that big. That's ok though because I usually don't use a big onion for cooking anyway.
Scarlet Runner Beans. My grandma grows these each year for the vines and flowers more than the actual beans. I think the flowers are so pretty. I have a ton of beans this year. I don't even really like beans. I do make these pickled spicy dilly beans that everyone loves that I whip out for the holidays. (I don't really like those either.)
A terrible picture of my potato/onion/garlic garden. The garlic needs to be dug this week (when it dries up). As well as those onions in the front. The rest are my LaRatte Potatoes (with a few yukon gold in the back.) I'm digging some tomorrow for the first time because we're having people over for drinks and I'm serving them roasted with a green goddess dip.
Tiny currant tomato. It's next to a PEA!! It's a pretty large pea, but still. These are so cute and I'm growing the plant in a pot. I thought it was a hybrid (I know, I'm a dirty hypocrite) but it looks like it may be an heirloom after all. It's delicious. I only have one plant. Next year I'll do more those because these things are very cool.