These were the last three ears of corn. I picked a few more, but they were completely spoiled from insect and worm damage. Next year I'll know to only plant an early variety, as the worms and insects weren't a problem until mid-August.
The carrots are certainly prettier than the earlier harvested ones were.
I'm still getting really nice side shoots from the broccoli. This one is almost as large as the main heads were on last year's plants!
I had all of my son's goodies packed up for him, and forgot to take photos of the melons and peppers I had just picked. We cut two of the melons and tasted them. They were a bit over ripe, but really sweet. He took home the two we cut, and I kept the other two.
The larger butternut squash weighed just under five pounds. I think that will make a meal or two for me and Mr. Granny!
Harvest for the Week of 8/20-8/26
Beans, pole - 24.1 ounces (1.51 pounds)
Broccoli - 14.3 ounces
Carrots - 52.9ounces (3.31 pounds)
Corn - 12.4 ounces
Cucumbers - 29 ounces (1.81 pounds)
Melons - 180.2 ounces (11.26 pounds)
Peppers, sweet - 56.9 ounces (3.56 pounds)
Squash, summer - 52.4 ounces (3.28 pounds)
Squash, winter - 197.2 ounces (12.33 pounds)
Tomatoes - 371.5 ounces (23.22 pounds)
Week's Total - 61.93 pounds
Year to Date - 612.21 pounds
Daphne's Dandelions is the host for Harvest Monday, where everyone can share links to their harvest for the week. Please visit her blog and leave a link, so we can enjoy your harvest photos!