So far this year all we've been able to harvest is a handful of peas and more green onions than you can shake a stick at. Though why I'd be bothered to shake a stick at them is beyond me. :P
The Pumpkin Patch has yielded one whole pumpkin this year. That's one better than last years patch. The honey doesn't think we should bother with Pumpkins next year. Our backyard gets way too much sun for Pumpkins I'm thinking. I dunno. We'll see.
Here's the Pumpkin known as PIE.
Pie isn't all alone in his patch though. There are 4 baseball sized Cantaloupes hanging out right next to him. I didn't know the honey had planted those. They're kinda sneaky things. First there were two, the two shown below and then BAM-O two more appeared overnight. I hope they have enough time to grow up before the frost sets in.
The Golden Bell Peppers have 4 medium sized peppers on the plants. There are a few other smaller ones. They are supposed to be eaten when they turn golden yellow. Although you can also eat them green.
Finally I'll show you the Tomatoes. :D
We have LOTS of green tomatoes. I hope they have enough time to ripen, though it's already getting pretty cold. It even snowed up in the mountains Wednesday night.
These two little guys were picked up at the store.
This weekend one of them will fall under a knife to become a very tempting batch of my yummy Pumpkin Cookies. *Mwhahahahahaha*