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Old 06-05-2019, 08:12 AM   #201
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Papaya plant I grew from seed. Hope the store bought fruit aren’t some sort of hybrid cause that’s where the seed came from. I’ve got a couple more plants this size. Probably need to get through another winter before I see any possible production.
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Old 06-05-2019, 08:38 AM   #202
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That will be interesting to see what those papayas produce.
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I have not had any luck with the papaya. Hope your does well and curious also to see what kind of fruit you get. I do have 2 young paw paw trees growing. Just noticed today I have an issue with my grapes dropping some but not all of the cluster. Have no idea why but I did get some berries picked today. Had more blue berries to pick but just don't eat as many as the other berries. I ate almost as many raspberries as I picked today.
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Old 06-07-2019, 11:42 PM   #204
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Those look like Shishito peppers. Some jalapeños too.

I’ve got four shishito plants, but they are small. I think I’m going to see if I can nurse them along during the summer for a fall crop.
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They are Shishitos and my first time with them. Doing very well and they are pretty good for a snack
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Old 06-09-2019, 12:39 PM   #207
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Great pictures being posted up! Makes me green with envy.

Would either of you guys tell us more about the heat and flavor of the Shishitos? They look interesting.
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Great pictures being posted up! Makes me green with envy.

Would either of you guys tell us more about the heat and flavor of the Shishitos? They look interesting.
The ones I have have no heat. It's like eating a very thin bell pepper
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Old 06-15-2019, 06:42 PM   #209
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Jimmy Nardellos just turning red. I've never actually eaten one, but my parents had some at a restaurant and thought they were delicious. I've got 4 plants with about 14-15 total big nearly ripe peppers and some smaller ones. Started from seed way back in January. Eggplant has done well. Fun it is to walk around in the little garden and look at the plants.
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The Yankee garden is coming along.

June was a very cool month up here. Only the cool weather crops are doing very well. In the pictures below, plants like the potatoes, radishes, cilantro, dill, lettuce varieties, arugula, wasabi arugula, and onion are doing pretty good.

All of the vine plants (pumpkins, blue hubbard squash, crooked neck squash, zucchini, and cucumbers) plus the tomatoes and peppers are all behind in growth because of the cool weather. Pictures:

1) Potatoes in the foreground are just starting to bloom. Onionsin the background are just starting to form bulbs. There are 2 "big sweet" varieties.

2) Dill is better than most years because of the cool. Sadly, this dill will crapout before the cukes are ready. New dill is planted.

3) Cilantro, like dill does better in cool weather. Also sadly, this batch will crapout before the tomatoes ripen. New cilantro is also planted.

4) Nasturtiums are an edible flower. Both the flowers and young leaves have a peppery taste. the blossoms are yellow, orange, or red, and brighten up any salad with taste and color. The young leaves are a little less peppery, and add good color to a salad.

5) Wasabi Arugula is a small arugula that has an even more peppery taste than regular arugula. Hence the name Wasabi Arugula. Here again, both the leaves and tiny blooms are edible. Those are 4 closely planted in that picture, so you can see they stay a fairly small plant. 1st year growing this variety. It went straight to the top of the list as my favorite "green" in my garden.
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