Community Garden photo updates

by Heguiberto on September 15, 2013

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Summer is almost over folks. We harvested lots of things from our garden this year. It is almost time to plant Fall/Winter crop! We will miss our tomatoes, squashes, herbs and other stuff we got used to having during the Summer. Missing it already…

Here are some pics from the Season:

Vegetables:

Veggies With Potrero Hill Terroir - Community Garden

Baby Brazilian Squash Mugango and Sprout:

Mugango - Brazilian Squash

Garden Spring 2013:

Vegetable Garden Spring 2013

Picking Veggies:

Picking veggies

Heirloom Rhubard:

Rhubarb - Summer 2013

Artichoke Flowering:

Artichoke flowering

Sutro Tower and Twin Peaks in the Background – Potrero Hill Comunityty Garden:

Sutro tower and twin peaks in the backgrond

Basil and California Poppy Flower together:

Basil and Poppy - Summer 2013

Dhalias:

Dhalias

Garlic in Bloom:

Garlic in Bloom

Gorgeous Dwarf Sunflower:

Gorgeous Sunflower

Nasturtium – Capuchina Flower:

Nasturtiun - Capuchina flower

Adult Brazilian Squash Mugango:

Adult Brazilian Squash - Mugango

Gigante Beans, by the end of the season we will have enough for a meal!

Gigante Beans

Zucchini and Blossoms: Zuchinni and Blossoms

Community Garden Plaque:

Community Garden

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Krista September 15, 2013 at 7:17 pm

Absolutely lush and beautiful garden! And so much scope for imagination. :-) I love the artichoke blossom best of all. :-)

Heavenly September 17, 2013 at 6:40 am

What beautiful produce! That looks like so much fun. I would love to hang out in that beautiful garden rather than be in this constant drizzle.
*kisses* Heavenly

weavethousandflavors September 17, 2013 at 7:15 pm

What a bounty! These are just some beautiful pictures and what a labor of love too.

Great seeing pics of the two of u too!

Chow! Devaki@weavethousandflavors

Tom Tall Clover Farm September 24, 2013 at 8:42 am

Gigante beans, I’m impressed. Can you tell me your seed source. I’ve had trouble finding them. May just have to plant seeds from the grocery store dry beans.

Wizzy October 8, 2013 at 8:42 am

What a beautiful garden. Wish there were spaces like that here. I am insanely jealous!

Priya @ MyKitchenOdyssey October 23, 2013 at 8:35 am

Lovely garden with lots of veggies and herbs.Its always a pleasure to harvest our own things?.So what did you guys do with these much veggies .

Sérgio M March 17, 2014 at 1:52 pm

It’s always a great pleasure to grow our own food because we know the origin without jeopardizing our family.

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