Gardening 2021: berries, veggies, trees and flowers!

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First patty pan squash of the season.
The biggest is 3.5" in diameter.
The plants did nothing for a week during the heat, then the other day they took off. :up:
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ok, I like those
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We have Cucumber overload! lol
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My cukes have just started - only picked 3 so far. I did have to buy some this week but I expect next week will see cukes in full production.

Zucchini though - not my favourite veg and I didn't even plant any this year. But while walking on the sidewalk by Value Village, I found 2 discarded zukes on the ground. Somehow it puts an image in my mind of people being forced to take zucchini (and people tossing them asap XD)
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Made 23 quarts of Dill pickles today!
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^^^Hope you're treating Mrs S to a nice dinner after she spent all day making pickles. Garlic dill pickles?
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oneh2obabe wrote: Jul 17th, 2021, 4:32 pm ^^^Hope you're treating Mrs S to a nice dinner after she spent all day making pickles. Garlic dill pickles?
Hey! We both did them, and I still have to cook dinner!
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oneh2obabe wrote: Jul 17th, 2021, 4:32 pm ^^^Hope you're treating Mrs S to a nice dinner after she spent all day making pickles. Garlic dill pickles?
Bsuds wrote: Jul 17th, 2021, 4:51 pm Hey! We both did them, and I still have to cook dinner!
As you should after the hard day she had.

Now, the questions ... Garlic dill pickles? Regular size or baby dills?
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Small to medium garlic Dills
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^^^Good for munching, diced in a potato, egg, tuna or salmon salads or as a burger topping. Also tasty when sliced for a peanut butter 'n pickle sandwich.
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We have a couple of extra Rhubarb plants started from seeds available that are doing well.

Anyone interested? (Free)
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I harvested Royal Burgunday bush beans last night, they'll be for dinner tonight :biggrin:
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Do we need more 'horticultural disobedience'?

I think we do.

https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada/q ... li=AAggFp5
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for anyone with loads of tomatos, pls make me a tomato pie. TIA
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Queen K wrote: Jul 25th, 2021, 10:58 am Do we need more 'horticultural disobedience'?

I think we do.

https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada/q ... li=AAggFp5
I love that idea. But unfortunately that's as far as it's going.
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