Yes, I was that crazy lady with a tactical flashlight looking for cherry tomatoes last night when I returned.
I’ve had crazier ideas-remember the seeds in the oven?
I was so excited to go on a treasure hunt this morning and find the rest of the vegetables!
So what do I plan to do with this bounty?
The yellow squash are destined for being sauteed with some onions in olive oil and of course a bit of butter. 🙂 I think I will just blanch and freeze the green beans for now.
Most of the cucumbers are overripe and yellowing, but should make decent pickles.
I was pleasantly surprised to see these banana peppers. They were grown from seeds saved from a pepper purchased last year. What do you think of stuffing them with a cream cheese-dill mixture?
There were some casualties too; my zinnia, tomatillo, and basil seedlings are roasted, and I may not get any ground cherry plants after all. Yes, the ground cherry plants were grown from free seeds, but they were valuable to me.
While I was in Kentucky, I visited a very nice edible garden. I’ll share pictures of that soon. They had neat compost bins that are similar to my compost system, and some biodegradable planters that really were a neat feature. I think you will enjoy the pictures.
I hope your gardens are doing well!