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Ninth Sunday after Pentecost preview

Garden: July 15

Yesterday evening I stopped by the garden to harvest and water.  We had had a brief cloudburst, so I wasn't sure if it would need water or not, but it did not.

The red cabbage was looking magnificent.


And the Brussels sprouts were really developing.


Otherwise, I harvested the first cucumber of the season, a few more little broccolis, and a small yellow squash.


I'm not a fan of this year's zucchini plant.  It is a different variety than last years, which was amazing.  This year's zucchini just doesn't seem to be growing.  I keep thinking when I return to it I'm going to have something to harvest, but that isn't the case.  The yellow squash is also not developing anything of much size, though it is flourshing more than the zucchini.  I wish I knew the variety we planted last year, but it also seems to be the case that what you plant one year doesn't do as well the next.

I thought we'd have a lot of zucchini by now, and some of our neighbor plots do, so not sure why ours aren't producing.


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