Produce Photos

Here are some of the vegetables and fruits we grow on our farm.  Since we don’t use any chemicals; we like to say they are better than organic.

Cinderella Pumpkins flatter than normal pumpkins
Cinderella Pumpkins
A variety of squash
A variety of squash
Cherry tomatoes ripening on the plant in our garden.toes
Cherry tomatoes ripening on the plant in our garden.
Nothing like a shiny red tractor to make a farmer happy.
Nothing like a shiny red tractor to make a farmer happy.
Eric putting plants in the garden.
Eric putting plants in the garden. Most of the work is done on our hands and knees.
planting the spring garden
A lot of planting still to go…
One of our biggest pumpkins, over 100 pounds.
One of our biggest pumpkins, over 100 pounds.
A sample of our mini pumpkins.
A sample of our mini pumpkins.
Tiny watermelon on the vine
Watching the watermelon start to grow.
Yum! fresh watermelon slices
Watermelon straight from our garden, yum!
Turnips with a little insect damage.
Turnips the insect damage can be cut away.
A section of our garden. The plants are growing nicely.
A section of our garden. The plants are growing nicely.
Garden plants are a little bigger a few weeks later.
The plants in the same area a few weeks later.
Pepper plants started indoors from seed.
Pepper plants started indoors from seed.
Tomato plants getting ready to go out to the garden.
Tomato plants getting ready to go out to the garden.
Another section of our garden.
Another section of our garden.

 

A different area of our garden, sunflowers on the right.
A different area of our garden, sunflowers on the right.
We hand pick everything then load it on the tractor to bring it up to the house for sorting and inspection.
We hand pick everything then load it on the tractor to bring it up to the house for sorting and inspection.

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