Here's what's on the table this week:
Cherry tomatoes have been producing well all summer, even with the heat. I'm growing them in 10-inch pots that are under irrigation out in the nursery.
elderberries are putting out less fruit now, but there's still enough for a small batch of jam.
white sapote season is almost over. Just a few clusters of fruit remain on the tree.
strawberry guavas ready to pick every day.
Persian limes are another daily harvest...
along with the smaller, but plentiful, key limes.
The starfruit harvest seems to have started a little earlier this year. I will be picking these from now until spring (or a hard freeze).
This is the first year I've had a crop from Syzygium smithii (lilly pilly). I'll be profiling this plant soon.
I unthinkingly ate all of the ripe figs before I made my rounds with the camera, so no photos of those today. Who could resist?To see what other gardeners are enjoying today, visit Daphne's Dandelions, host blog of the Harvest Monday meme.