Tuesday, November 17, 2009


We have almost nothing. The green beans are still producing. We've got a bunch of them at the house, and you can pick your own also, if you prefer. It's going to freeze tonight, so I covered them. If you get there before I do, please remove the cover.

DO NOT PICK THE MUSTARD, TURNIPS, OR SWISS CHARD! At least until 11/20. I sprayed 'em on the 13th to kill the stink bugs.

Saturday, October 10, 2009


This cool summer/fall has been ideal for growing. If more people don't start coming by to get veggies, I'm going to start leaving them at your doorstep!

- Corn (enough to feed all of China, but only until around 10/17. After that it will not taste good)
- Jalapeno
- Orange Bell/Green Bell pepper
- Tomatoes
- Mustard Greens
- Cucumbers
- Yellow squash
- Radish (red round ones only)
- Kohlrabi
- Green beans, you have to pick them
- Scallions, aka green onions
- Tiny beets

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

9/22/09 Stuff Available

- Tomatoes - They're tasty, but a bit bug bitten. I sprayed the crap out of them and think I've got the bugs beat. The good ones should start showing up around Oct 1. Until then, we've got a few dozen ugly tomatoes that taste good. DO NOT pick your own tomatoes right now without calling us. They may be covered with pesticide.

- Green beans (pyo)
- Okra
- Cucumbers
- Mustard greens
- Kohlrabi
- Southern peas (pyo)
- Orange bell peppers (pyo)
- Jalapeno peppers (pyo)

Also, feel free to pick the wild tomatillos that are all over the garden. Or, if you're feeling nice, yank the damned things up :).

(pyo=pick your own. These are plants that we don't generally spray, unless you see the sign.)

Wednesday, September 16, 2009


-Red and green tomatoes - as many as anyone can use. A few purple ones as well!
-Some kind of weird gourd. You're supposed to be able to make 'loofas' out of them.
-Pink-eye purple-hull peas. You must pick your own. Don't worry, it's fun (ha!)
-English (aka seedless aka burpless aka armenian) cucumbers
-Weeds. Not weed. Weeds. We've got a lot of them.
-Chinese long beans.

Sunday, August 16, 2009

AFK For a Week

We're away this week, so you'll have to pick your own vegetables if you want any. Here's what's available:

- squash (just a few)
- cucumbers (those long skinny burpless ones)
- okra (bring scissors or a knife if you want some)
- green tomatoes. Please don't pick these dry. I want some red ones in about a month. Try to leave at least 6 tomatoes per plant. Thanks!
- jalapenos
- yellow and orange bell peppers. I haven't been spraying them, so they are probably bugtastically nasty. They can be found in the weed covered northeast corner of the garden if you are adventurous.

Have a great week!

Thursday, August 6, 2009

We're down for a while because this part of the summer is too hot to grow much. But call if you want okra or jalapeno peppers. We'll have lots of them until we get a frost in Nov/Dec.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

- Loads of watermelons
- Eggplant
- Jalapeno peppers, yellow bell
- Okra
- Butter beans (you pick, you shell, I relax)

Saturday, July 11, 2009


- 1 regular watermelon
- 3 tiny 'icebox' watermelons (tasty, but only about the size of a canteloupe)
- okra
- ichiban eggplant
- jalapenos
- yellow bell pepper
- foot-long semi-hot red banana peppers

Wednesday, July 8, 2009


-2 watermelons

Saturday, June 27, 2009


Stuff currently available:

Peas (you pick, you shell)
Chinese long beans (like string beans but better - I'll 'splain when you come by.)
A foot-long banana-type pepper that is about 1/4th as hot as a jalapeno. They come in red and green
green bell pepper

Wednesday, June 24, 2009


Extra stuff currently available. If I don't mention how many we have of an item, it means we have lots:

- eggplant (the skinny Japanese type)
- ~ 50 ears corn
- okra
- pink-eye purple-hull peas, unshelled, you get to pick 'em :)
- cucumbers
- ugly tomatoes (bitten by stinkbugs, good for stewing/canning/sauce only)
- jalapenos
- green bell peppers
- 2 red and 1 yellow pepper
- ~15 lbs of small red potatoes (a little bigger than a racquetball)