Tuesday, June 19, 2012

End of Spring Harvest

I am starting to get some produce in the Organic Bed.  Look at the size of these Cayenne Chiles.
One of them is almost nine inches long.  The first Cayenne Chiles are always extra large like this and as the plants get larger and are supporting more Chiles the size of the Chiles goes down to three or four inches.
The Tomatoes are starting to get ready also.  I pick them when they are just starting to turn red.  There have been many years where I tried to ripen the Tomatoes on the plant, and have had birds, rabbits, mice, and other critters eat them, even my dogs.  So now they go into a safe place (my kitchen) to ripen.

1 comment:

  1. That looks great, will show Jackson...his jalapenos are starting to bud out too. You could make some fried green tomatoes with that one tomatoe!!