|Sweet corn - what we've been waiting for all summer!|
|First everbearing 'Ozark Beauty'|
strawberry of July.
|'Granddaddy' tomato, a little bigger than the bun!|
Tomatoes are really coming in now, and melons are swelling for a late-July harvest. We will be appreciating the first everbearing strawberries joining our summer ensemble as peaches continue through this month.
Pumpkins, the latest crop of our summer garden, are just getting a growth spurt and are opening fruiting flowers for pollination. Want brussels sprouts for Christmas? Now is the time to plant seeds indoors so they are transplanting size by September.
|The garden in July.|
|The pumpkin patch is just getting going; fruiting blossoms are open.|