Summer 2015 Garden

Welcome to my summer 2015 garden. Things have been quite active this season (especially with the yellow squash and zucchini – no surprise there,) and now the growth is just starting to wind down a bit. Enjoy this collection of photos I snapped in my enclosure and Grow Camp this afternoon.

First up, the garden enclosure. This space houses my zucchini and yellow squash, so I tried to give them each a lot of room to stretch out while still reserving space for some other vegetables. Right now, the enclosure also includes:  my Amish Paste Tomato (a volunteer) a jalapeno, a green bell pepper, and an eggplant.

I almost forgot, the little guy pictured below is a leftover Wando shelling pea from the spring. He popped up late and I didn’t have the heart to yank him out. He’s looking pretty good, I think!

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Last but not least, the Grow Camp. I love this space for my more tender leafy greens and beans that need to be protected from marauding critters and pest insects.

That’s it for my garden this year! What have your best harvests been this season? Share in the comments, or tweet me: @cloverandthyme

3 thoughts on “Summer 2015 Garden

  1. Gretchen says:

    Gorgeous garden! We are nearing the end of summer season and getting ready to plant fall seeds. The tomatoes did well as did the zucchini and yellow squash. Butternut and spaghetti squash were also great. A few melons, hot peppers, herbs and some okra. I planted a couple late tomatoes hoping for a second growth at the end of summer, fingers crossed. I love your growth camp, I may need to think about something like that.

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