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Comment by Randall Smith on July 9, 2018 at 10:43am

"Split the strawberry for dessert"--so funny! Isn't it nice to have somebody around to split it with?! Hurray for Rick (and you).

I didn't grow cauliflower this year as I seldom have much luck. B. sprouts to well, however. And, I have 7 cabbages to deal with. Yikes! 

Just picked some wild blackberries at my secret place next to a cemetery. Stained my shorts, got stuck (thorns), and probably got poison ivy, but it was worth it!.

Then, when I got home (from golf), I harvested rhubarb and gooseberries to combine in a pie this afternoon. Never tried that combination before, so we'll see.

Comment by Loam Gnome on July 9, 2018 at 9:26am

Patricia, Im very happy it went well with Rick!  Im amazed at how well medical procedures can go, when they go well!  I would be like him, direct into to garden!

Those veggies are awesome!  I want to figure out a better system to grow cauliflower and cabbage, without cabbage moths.  Maybe the Brussrls sprouts will fill that gap - looking good do far.

Out to water now.  Hot and dry this week!

Comment by Patricia on July 9, 2018 at 1:24am

We had the broccoli with supper, split the strawberry for ''dessert'',

Blanched & froze the beans, will also freeze peas, & cauliflower will go for supper tomorrow. Soooooo good!

Comment by Joan Denoo on July 9, 2018 at 1:13am

Rick, these look wonderful! Plump, freshly picked, ready to go in salads, as side dishes, or for preserving. They are beautiful specimens of broccoli, beans, peas, cauliflower, & strawberry.

Comment by Patricia on July 8, 2018 at 7:07pm

Rick just got home & was almost straight out to the garden.....

broccoli, beans, peas, cauliflower, & the first strawberry.....

Comment by Joan Denoo on July 8, 2018 at 9:35am

Randy, remember when Daniel said he liked the mineral-rich soil the moles bring to the surface. When I see a new, and one of many mole holes, I think of Daniel and mineral-rich soil. 

Comment by Randall Smith on July 8, 2018 at 7:14am

Neat photos, Daniel! The tigridia is beautiful.

My sweet corn stand looks much better. It was worth the effort.

Saw evidence of my first mole of the year. Set a spring-loaded trap and caught him in one day! That never happens. I also "caught" a cardinal in a cage trap. Poor thing was frantic.

Comment by Joan Denoo on July 8, 2018 at 1:31am

Daniel, I have not heard "terroir." before. Sounds like a word used for the wine fields of France or along the Columbia River. It is hard to pronounce at first; I listened several times to get the tone and temper right. 

Larry's daughter is a college professor in France and when she and her family come for a visit we get to hear those beautiful sounds and words. 

I love your deer garden! I hope to attract in more deer and I am sure if I have the energy to plant a vegetable garden outside the greenhouse they will come. I also enjoy watching the rabbits hop around and eat their fill. They reproduce so quickly, I will probably get a fence to keep them out. They haven't gotten to that point yet. 

I looked up Tigridias on Dave's Garden site & here is what I found: 

"On Aug 5, 2012, harrryr from Shoreline, WA wrote:

I live in Seattle Washington and planted my tigridia about three years ago. The first couple of years it had a few blooms that were tri-petal cream color. This year it has multiple blooms that are are six petal, 3 yellow and 3 orange with yellow accents. The flower lasts one day so it must be tigridia, it seems unusual. I will have about a month of blooms when all the pods have been expended. It is a real conversation piece for my yard."

Comment by Patricia on July 7, 2018 at 5:44pm

So kind of you to provide such a buffet.

Comment by Loam Gnome on July 7, 2018 at 5:11pm

Some shots from my garden.  The first is a visitor who regards my vegetable garden as her all-you-can-eat salad buffet.  Notice how big and healthy she looks?  Well fed!  :-)

Tigridias usually have three petals.  This one must have liked the soil I provided.

Today I planted some seeds in the ground were I dug potatoes.  I planted turnip seeds, cilantro, and radishes.  I don't have a lot of experience with July seed planting, but last year the turnips did well.  Here are other turnip seedlings from last week.  They need daily watering, but I do that anyway for some plants because it's so dry here in the summer.

Today I picked Asian plums, mulberries, sweet cherries, and zucchinis.   Not bad.  It's the time of year that I like, something from garden every day.

 

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