I am really liking the Container Corn from Burpee. Although I did have a bit of a scare last week. Heavy winds and rain attempted to demolish my bales. Corn was laying over and I thought for sure I'd lost them. I gave everything a day to dry up a bit then I went out and stuffed them a bit farther down in the bale. As you can see, they are doing well. Here's a close up of Tassle and Silk:
Silk peeking out on that center stalk about 2/3rds of the way down.
Tomatoes are doing well:
If you look almost center of the picture, near the bottom you see an Amish Paste getting ripe. Now if they would just all do that at once so I can put up Spaghetti Sauce!
Plum Tomatoes finally setting fruit. They are also loaded with blooms. And when these fizzle out, I have a volunteer. This little guy came about when my MIL and I were tying up the vines, a couple broke off. I tossed them into the leaf compost in the center of the bales.
Potatoes are going crazy. Even the Sweet Potato vines are spreading out.
Onions are starting to die back. They seem a bit small. Wondering if shoving them down in the bale a bit farther will help.
In spite of the heat and the tiny plants, I have green beans! LOL These will definitely be a fall replant in a couple of weeks:
Finally seeing Banana Peppers. I could use these to produce a bit heavier though as I only have 2 jars left in the stock-up.
2 yellow banana peppers peeking out at the bottom left.
My best producer this year has to be my cucumber plants. Both the Pickling and the Burpless are going gangbusters:
I am picking an average of 4 a day from each plant.
Last weekend I put up 11 pints of bread and butter pickles. I prefer them on a burger. In fact, The Rodeo Bar inside the Adolphus Hotel in Dallas TX serves B & B pickles on their burgers. Yum!
Since I'm the only one who eats pickles here, I'll probably gift a jar or three around the holidays.
How is your garden growing? Leave a comment and let us know how yours is blessing you.