As you can see from my harvest today, there's not much producing right now. Most tomatoes are still green but I'm grateful for a few red ones for my salads. And the sugar snap peas are nearing their end. This is all I got from a 12-ft row of vines. They are browning on the bottoms quite a bit now. This would be the time to sow more seeds for a fall harvest, but for me that's not a given. I'm happy to get a summer harvest. The work involved to get a fall harvest doesn't suit my life right now.
On a happy note, the birds didn't get ALL the blueberries from my five bushes this year. Surprise, surprise! I've got a swallow of two for myself today. They taste so darn good when fresh off the plants.
I found several nubbins on my broccoli plants harvested earlier. They'll taste good in a side dish so they'll be harvested for tonite along with the final small head of broccoli still growing in my garden.
I've only harvested one New Girl tomato so far this year and that measures about 2" across. I'll be eating that one tonite.
Among my Totems, which were the earliest producer this year, I have a couple more measuring around 1 1/2" across. The plant itself is small, little more than a foot tall. I already know they are tasty and juicy. This is a patio tomato I recommend to others. I only get around a dozen tomatoes per plant, but they are perfect little globes with great taste. Worth the effort to put in a few as potted plants.
Above are a couple of Lizzanos, another small determinate tomato. The harvest is more abundant than the Totems, and the taste is pretty darn good so you might want to try one of these in your garden. For height, it grows about 3' tall and there are many fruits on the branches.
Just a little information that might be helpful gardeners.