You are ahead of me, James.
I see some sweet corn tasseling around the neighborhood. I suppose I could have planted something like Fleet again but the plants are so small that it is almost embarrassing to have it out there
. Instead, I'm waiting for the usual, Ambrosia and Sugar Buns.
Zucchini just started coming off last week and I've eaten the 1st 4 cucumbers of the season
. It will seem like forever waiting for peppers and eggplant . . . I'm still getting 3 or 4 Sungolds every time I go out but the only (slightly) bigger tomato has been the 1st few Bloody Butchers. I have a ripe Fireworks and am curious how that one does since it is only its first year in my garden. Some of the other varieties are loaded with green tomatoes and it won't be long!!
Onions? Of course, I've been enjoying the sweet onions from scallions on. They have been bulbing up over the last several weeks but it is only now that a few of the onions are making very big bulbs. Shallots were all harvested and are now nice and dry . . . I don't suppose that you want to see my kale
. Oh hey! I've started to dig the Yukon Gold spuds!
We are each other's harvest; we are each other's business; we are each other's magnitude and bond. ~ Gwendolyn Brooks