The garden did ok this year. Not great but acceptable. My tomatoes got blighted out, but they were productive enough we ended up with plenty of good ones we were even ablevto share a few.
The kale was , as usual, spectacular.
The butternut winter squash has done well too. I managed to get 8 very niced size squashes. The delicata plant that survived gave me 4.
The cucumbers did ok. I was getting about three every other day, but then the vines just dried up.
I was not able to keep up with the green beans, but i planned on saving the seeds anyway.
The elberberries have done nicely too. I managed to pick a pound and a half and de-stem them over the course of a day. I plan to make syrup ou
t of them if i can find the time.
The grapes were beset by Japanese
etles so they look pretty sad. Last year i sprayed them along with the apple tree, but i abandoned my schedule for spraying... no apples this year though we are nibbling grapes off the uneven bunches.
The Carmine Jewel cherry plants are doing well, leafing out nicely. So are the beach plums and the seaberries.
The goji surprised me and flowered. I have even picked 6 or 7 berries and there are more yet to ripen.
I would have had lingonberries if my youngest daughter hadn't plucked the green berries off.
The prune plum is growing well despite even more Japanese beetles, the autumn olive is growing like the weed that it is. The Jerusalem artichokes are going like gangbusters despite the powdery mildew they have.
The summer squash were delicious while they lasted, which didn't seem very long.
The big thing this summer has been the Aunt Molly's ground cherries! They are very sweet and good, tasting like non-acidic pineapple. My youngest daughter loves them. Every day she picks a bunch and eats them on the spot.
Well this is my first attempt at posting a full entry from my phone, so we'll see if it posts.