Various Veggies – Early Summer

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Tuesday 12 August, 2014 by Uncle Spike

Now that we are into summer proper, most of the veggies have died off, that is, apart from the strong ones like peppers, cherry tomatoes, ochre, aubergines and melon/watermelon. So here is a wee look back on a month or so ago, when we still had a variety of goodies on offer…

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Potatoes Always dug when small and baby-fresh 🙂

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Plum tomatoes

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Salad onions Now dried up and dormant until late autum

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Leeks For next year

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Cucumbers

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12 thoughts on “Various Veggies – Early Summer

  1. I only eat aubergines when I have to! :/
    I have been doing better though with broccoli, beans and salad

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  2. dayphoto says:

    Aubergine—I had to look it up….OH! Eggplant! I hope you are still planing on giving us some of your recipes!!!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

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  3. fredrieka says:

    with your gentle climate you have a green house wow surprised momwithoutpaws

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  4. lizard100 says:

    It’s great that our ‘tender’ vegetables are your tougher ones. I’ve got one Aubergine just making it in the dining room. It’s the size of a …. Very small Aubergine!

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