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July 31, 2012

Comments

Clay

Jen - Yes! The sun golds have just started ripening, and there’s a bunch of others on the way. They’re in field F and they are definitely on the u-pick list. Yum! And there’s an abundance of ground cherries (a.k.a. “cape gooseberries”). They are in the genus Physalis (with tomatillos) and the family solenaceae (with tomatoes, peppers, potatoes and eggplant). They’re sweet, and a little esoteric. Give them a try, too!

diane

I tried one of those 'questionable' melons and it was fantastic. Sweet though ugly - well worth taking the chance in the cull pile.

Jen Hammond

Quick question... are there cherry tomatoes this year?

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