Prince Snow Farm


What a Crop

As many of you know, this year we got a little crazy and made a humongous veggie garden...more like a small farm. It rained for a month straight...from mid-May to mid-June, definitely altering the typical planting/growing of gardens here in much of the Northeast. It has also rained quite a bit this summer. Our lawn is the greenest it has ever been at this time of year. We've also cut it a bazillion times. So needless to say, the most prolific crop we had this year was WEEDS!!!

Ok, so the weeds are a bit out of control, and the deer ate the heads off of our sunflowers;however, the rest of our garden has been doing surprisingly well. Tomatoes are scarce right now due to blight...but we've actually been very lucky.

So far, here are our totals...and still counting:

Summer Squash:21
Zucchini: 16
Cukes: 129
Cherry Tomatoes: 537
Tomatoes: 89
Eggplant: 15


  1. I am SO jealous! I have tons of green tomatoes, but they are NOT turning red. Hmpf.
    I hope your first week back as school was a good one. My littles go back on Wednesday....

  2. Such gorgeous veggies! And I just paid $4 for a few red peppers today!

  3. Oh lucky you! Everything I planted drowned and if by some chance it did survive, it didn't do well and produce nothing!


  4. lucky you! they look delicious. there is nothing that beats home grown veggies!

  5. How nice to meet you & your delightful Nantucket state of mind! I look forward to spending some time looking around & enjoying your great stories & beautiful photos!
    Thanks so much for stopping by. I so appreciate it.
    Have a nice rest of the weekend!


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