"Sweet banana peppers,"
long and tapered, await picking....
Should picking be delayed,
their yellow flesh will turn from yellow to orange to red.
perfect for making stuffed peppers with rice,
tomato juice and ground beef.
This Burpee variety is also resistant to mosaic virus,
a virus which can be a problem in Ohio.
"Little Dillicious" medium green cukes, 3 1/2" to 5"
long with blunt tips.
Great for pickling. These beauties are soaking.
Tomorrow, they will begin their pickle transformation.
The nibble holes are from the cabbage web worm.
I try not to spray, so if the pest is faster than me,
they get a meal before I get to them.
they shimmer like deep opals.
This is an unknown variety I bought from a local greenhouse.
One of the few starts I purchased this year.
A little early, but no matter.
They were gathered and will ripen in the cool basement.
These make for a wonderful pear bread.
"Small Sugar" pumpkins grow to 5-8 lb.
They are a perfect pie pumpkin: fine grain, stringless and sweet.
One pumpkin has already started to ripen.
"Silver Queen" sweet corn.
We've been waiting and waiting on you my lovely!
This variety is very sweet & white. Ears grow to 8-9".
Variety freezes well too.
We had our first tomatoes yesterday - a lovely onion/tomato/parsley salad.
This is the "Super Beefsteak."
Fruit is smooth, meaty and averages 1 lb. each.
Tomatoes were started from seeds, indoors in late March.