Sunday, August 21, 2016

BIG Garden Harvest in late August (Peaches, Grapes, Mushrooms, Tomatoes)

Saturday, August 13, 2016

Heirloom Solar Flare & Gold Berries Tomato & Chanterelle Harvest

Sunday, August 7, 2016

Cushaw, Butternut, Acorn Squash & Pumpkin Trellis garden

Cushaw bloom

Row of Cushaw, butternut & Acorn squash

Acorn squash

Acorn squash


Saturday, August 6, 2016

August 6 2016 Tomato Garden harvest (Solar Flare, Golden Berries, Roma, & Cherry)

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Chanterelle mushrooms from the woods!

Lightly cook with a little oil and salt after removing dirt and washing. Steam mushrooms and serve over noodles, rice, sandwich, or anything!

Pears, Figs, Cape Gooseberries, Toms, & Squash Growing

As the summer comes to a close, and after enjoying Peaches from the trees this summer, I have pears and figs continuing to grow. In the pictures below, you see the progress on the two pears growing on one of the trees, and there are many figs producing off of the two Chicago Hardy fig trees. In a future video, I will show you the progress on the Figs.

In the pictures here, cape gooseberry plants are growing in containers. The seeds were saved from a couple of fruits that were purchased from Whole Foods. The fruit's husk looks like a lantern and the flowers resemble that of Okra blooms.
Cape gooseberries

Below in the picture, the row (right) is growing Cushaw, butternut, Acorn squash. On the left, Apple gourds, hidatsa Bean, and pumpkin plants are growing in containers.

 Cucumbers, yellow squash, and zucchini are still growing.

Cleaned out old pumpkin vine and squash plants, then planted Peas to grow along trellis.

Tomato garden

Chicago hardy Fig Trees

The Late Summer Flower gardens

Sunflowers, zinnia, spider legs, dahlia
Canna gardens

 Harvested cabbage, broccoli, onion and cleaned out plants, then sowed peas in the two rows from the left.

Sunday, July 31, 2016

July 31st 2016 harvest (Pumpkins, squash, cucumbers, tomato)

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

1200 square foot apartment garden

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