Mid-July Garden

imageThe mid-July garden has bought a slower strawberry harvest (search in hopes of finding 1-2 per day), eating peas, flowers and pods setting on the drying peas, turnip greens as we thin them out, an accelerating blackberry harvest, and asparagus pea flowers.image

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imageIt has also raised a few questions in the quasiallotment:

Why are the kale leaves turning red?imageWhy is the calendula so stunted?imageWhat are we growing here with the carrots? Do we want to grow these things?imageWhat is this plant?imageWhy were the picking peas growing vertically and refusing to climb the support (but holding on to one another? I’ve wrapped string around them and just tied them in closer.image

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