The temperatures have finally warmed up here in Wisconsin and my warm weather crops are just starting to grow nicely. I have several different varieties of peppers, tomatoes and squashes to choose from. In a few weeks, I will begin planting my cool weather crops again for a fall harvest. My garden continues to change throughout the growing season making every week different from the other.
In these pictures, starting from the top left, I have a young spaghetti squash. If you look closely, you will notice that I am growing this vertically in a tomato cage. Spaghetti squash grows nicely vertically and does not need to be trained. In the picture to the right of this one are my bush tomatoes. This variety is a very compact variety making it an ideal choice for small spaces or containers. This plant will yield plenty of fruit for you to enjoy. In the next two pictures you will see my peppers. I have a black beauty variety and a green bell pepper. Both will be great for my stuffed peppers or even a great stir fry.