I'll write another post of hits and misses for my own record. For now, I'll let the pictures do the talking.
We were harvesting these many vegetables almost every weekend. You can see why the post is titled "No more beans". We were eating beans with everything we were cooking. We grew Scarlet Runner beans this year, and although they took their time to grow, the flowers were spectacular. The pods are scarlet colored and the green of the shell contrasts dramatically with the pod. The texture of the bean is rough, but it is way more delicious than your regular green bean. From the pic above: Spanish Padron Peppers, Okra, Tomatoes, Peppers (hot and sweet) and Potatoes.
Beautiful, scarlet flowers on the vines
Bounty of classic eggplant
Our tomato forest
Mom holding the cukes and zucchini
Bounty of peaches
Colorful Habanero peppers. As beautiful as they look, they were way too hot for our taste. Lesson learned, not growing ultra hot peppers next year.
These were the success stories. There are several failures and lessons learned as well from this year. That post will be next. Until next time, adios!