Monday, August 22, 2011

Harvest Monday - August 22 2011

Monday Harvest

I was gone most of last week so I just had harvests on Monday and Tuesday. I had Allie take care of the garden, but I didn't ask her to weigh all the produce or photograph it. So I have no clue as to what else came out of my garden this week.

Tuesday Harvest

  • Beans 0.81 lbs
  • Cucurbits 1.25 lbs
  • Tomato 18.06 lbs
  • Weekly Total 20.13 lbs
  • Weekly Spent $0
  • Yearly Total 407.19 lbs
  • Veggie Garden was worth $776.34
  • Fruit 1.69 lbs

Harvest Monday is a day to show off your harvests, how you are saving your harvest, or how you are using your harvest. If you have a harvest you want to show off, add your name and link to Mr Linky below.

36 comments:

  1. It will be exciting not only to see how your garden is when you get back but what came out of it. Monday and Tuesday still gave you a pretty good yield!

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  2. How lovely, Daphne! Your tomatoes look just fabulous.
    Have a great week!
    Take care,
    Charlotta
    Cesar's Garden

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  3. I am so amazed at what you've done in this first year with your new garden. AMAZING!

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  4. Nice tomato photo, hope you had a good week.

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  5. I hope that you had a nice relaxing time away from the garden! I bet you will have a busy week catching up on everything!

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  6. Hope you had a great vacation. I was away from the garden last week but no one came to harvest so I returned to some monster cukes and zucchini.

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  7. Wow, another 18lbs of tomatoes. Geeeeez. Does that spell more canning for you? :)

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  8. Nice harvest for being away a week. Hope you had a nice trip and are feeling better.

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  9. That's just from a couple of days? Wow! Impressive totals, too. I always love coming back after a vacation and seeing how everything has grown!

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  10. That picture of your tomatoes is good enough to be your blog title picture. Very nice. I wish our tomatoes came in so uniformly ripe. We're picking them early just to save them from the disease and bugs.

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  11. Wow, I'll take some of those tomatos please :) Hope you enjoyed your vacation!

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  12. Nice haul for only two days. I expect you will be coming back to quite a bit more. I hope you had a great time and that you return to find everything in good order.

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  13. Nice toms. I to have been picking my tomatoes early but they ripen fast in the house. Can't get enough ripe at one time however to start canning. I haven't picked a one from the garden. They are all coming off the potted tomatoes which are about done.

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  14. Hope you enjoyed your trip!!! It's amazing to me that you picked 20 pounds of produce in two days!!! Phenomenal!

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  15. Your tomatoes are awesome! 20lbs in 2 days is super. You'll have plenty more coming, I'm sure.

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  16. It must be so nice to have someone to tend your garden while you're away. I generally just leave it all to chance while I'm out of time.

    I see your tomatoes are still producing well. My plants are starting to show signs of disease now. I'll be interesting to see how long they will last.

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  17. Oh your tomatoes look just awesome! Great harvest!!

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  18. Your garden looks amazing as usual. I'm going to have to look back at how it's going this year. Enjoy this gorgeous weather we're having today!

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  19. Hi, Daphne! That looks like a nice harvest! :) Last week I was visiting my parents in the country and had such poor connection on the internet so I could not connect to Your blog and make a comment, sorry about that! But now I´m back! Have a nice day/evening! :) MIa

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  20. Shoot! Even jsut that for a week is a good harvest. :-) I hope you enjoyed your time away and that when you get back things are in tip top shape.

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  21. Oh I admire your patience to weigh all your produce. Here´s my contribution to Harvets Monday. A lot of onions and some cherrytomatoes coocked in oil to keep for winter :)
    http://daylily-potager.blogspot.com/2011/08/skona-skordetid.html

    Hugs
    Anette
    Sweden

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  22. If I can harvest in a whole summer what you get in a week, I will be thrilled. :) Welcome back!

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  23. Not a bad haul for only 2 days! Hope you are enjoying your time away but I'm sure you miss your garden.

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  24. Great shot of the tomatoes!

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  25. Nice little harvest. That is a lot for just 2 days!

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  26. Love the tomato lineup, hope you had a good time on your vacation.

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  27. Nice harvest. Your two days equals my enitre week! I hope you had a great trip.

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  28. Looks fabulous... even without your "mystery" harvest! ;-)

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  29. tomatoes look fabulous, I would love to grow beans.

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  30. Your harvest total so far is impressive! I bet you are getting to put up a lot of stuff for winter.

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  31. Garden mystery, nice =) Great harvest for two days!

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  32. Lots of nice tomatoes Daphne :-)

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  33. Thanks for all the comments. It was a fun trip. Now I just have to catch up with everything.

    I just froze all the tomatoes. I'll do something with them sometime, but not now. I still haven't gotten out to the garden yet. I'll have to check it out this morning.

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  34. My tomatoes are slowing down and the plants are dying back. However, my second crop of beans is producing, plus I have a third crop of blue lake beans that should be ready soon.

    This week, we're harvesting the grapes and canning the juice.

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