Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Recently In Our Garden...


Movin' to the country, I'm gonna eat a lot of peaches  (10,000 points if you know this song).

Pumpkins that haven't turned orange yet.

Cantaloupe that aren't ripe yet.

One of my favorite parts on summer is the corn on the cob.


This is kale (with shallots to the right).

Cayenne peppers (we like it hot).  
 
Our grapevines at dusk.

I think it would be awesome to get a picture of a partridge here (but I don't know what they look like or if they exist in Northern California).  
 
Harvest of early girl tomatoes, corn, grapes, lemon cucumbers, cayenne peppers, red cherry bomb peppers, and inferno peppers.
Early girl and San Marzano tomatoes.

Red globe grapes (still ripening).

If you let us into the garden, we promise not to pee on anything.  

Red strawberry corn.  Should we pop it or eat it?

26 comments:

Emm said...

I have never seen strawberry corn before, they look very pretty! and the pets look really adorable :)

Adele said...

Wow! I've never seen strawberry corn before!!!!
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Steph said...

Your dogs are adorable :) I've never seen strawberry corn before!

rooth said...

So you basically never have to go the grocery store ever again? I'm so jealous. So utterly jealous

Loulou said...

Wow Erin! What a fabulous garden you have. I'm so impressed at your bounty. That rose coloured corn is gorgeous. Something I've never seen before. Enjoy all this goodness!

Loulou

Mal said...

I am forever envious of your garden!

Mal @ The Chic Geek

Portuguese Prepster said...

Look at you with your green thumb! I'm so impressed!

Heather said...

Yum! Everything looks so fresh and delicious!

Ana F. said...

That is so great you're able to grow so many different things! If you have too much of something, don't hesitate to bring some haha :)

Miss you!

Stephanie said...

Millions of peaches, peaches for me.
Millions of peaches, peaches for free.

I love seeing updates from your garden!

Ginny said...

that strawberry corn looks pretty cool! i have never seen it before! and your grapes, oh my. makes me wish that we would have some in our garden!

M said...

I'm a sucker for fresh produce! and I'd very much like to try that strawberry corn. I didn't even know it existed 2 minutes ago!

Katie said...

Presidents of the United States! :)

And really, stop. You're putting my garden to SHAME!

BeautyShades said...

So nice pictures. Never saw strawberry corn :)

Ashley said...

You have a very impressive garden! And that songs pops into my head every once in a while when I'm eating a peach! haha

Jenny @ Spry On The Wall said...

Oh wow, you have one heck of an impressive garden!

Emmy said...

So great to see all the hard work on your garden pay off, Erin! Wow! So jealous...those peaches....hmmmm.....

Martie @ Spunkyrella said...

OH I am so jealous of your luscious green veggies, girl! This garden is incredible!

And i would eat that corn, not pop it ;) xo

Val said...

Your garden is truly amazing.

SizzleandZoom said...

Beautiful produce! You're doing a great job!

Elisa @ Globetrotting in Heels said...

wow! I would LOVE to have even one third of these goodies in my backyard. But I don't want to live in the country and my husband refuses to help me plant a vegetable garden, the meanie :-(

May I have some of the red corn? :-)

Shoe Bell(i)e said...

Wow on your produce! They all look so good to eat. And that line on that song made me smile, as I haven't heard that song in ages!:p

Kim (A Very Sweet Blog) said...

there's nothing like fresh fruits and vegetables. they really taste better. WOW! i've never had red strawberry popcorn. Interesting!
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Mrs. Pancakes said...

yummy so many goodies!!

honey my heart said...

fruit and veggies! yum!! i just bought a few peaches at the farmers market and they were so good. now you've inspired me to pick up more fruits and veggies, esp red strawberry corn.

Lorena said...

I had only seen the red corn in Peru ! wow there is much planted in your garden.
Call me weird but i think i have never had kale...

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