Here are photos for the Inlander of Dave and Ruth Bare at their home garden in Nine Mile Falls, WA. The couple donates a majority of the harvest from their 17,000 square foot garden to the Northeast Washington (N.E.W) Hunger Coalition. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/sharing-the-bounty/Content?oid=5271964
The garlic is ready for eating after a little more a month of curing. I trimmed the stalks and roots this morning.
The garlic is almost done curing. The brittle stalks are just a reminder.
The tomatoes are finally getting their act together with the red grapes taking the lead.
My tomatoes are thinking about possibly ripening at some point, maybe.
I pulled the garlic out of the ground today. After a month or so of air drying, it should be ready to eat.
This little tomato plant had a broken stem, which I didn’t notice when I bought it. While much smaller than the rest, it is now producing tomatoes.