Sunday, August 31, 2008

Spaghetti Squash & Burgundy Okra

Fingers are crossed that this spaghetti squash will make it to maturity! I've had a horrible time with the squash bugs this year - so far they've killed 2 lemon squash and 2 crooknecks - all were big and beautiful and at peak production. I don't know if the little varmints have as devastating an impact on winter types as they do summer types. I saved the seed for these from one I purchased at the grocery - so I was pretty pleased that they grew to start with. I sure hope we get to eat a few. This one is about the size of my 2 fists right now.

The burgundy okra has been a repeat topic on this blog - but it still has me in awe!
This plant is around 7 ft. tall now. That is pretty impressive! If it continues growing until frost, I'll have to get a ladder to pick the okra!

2 comments:

Sloane's Creations said...

I am also growing Burgundy Okra...I found myself wandering that way with the camera the other day and had to laugh....how many pictures of these plants can I take. hahaha

LuvMyGarden said...

Good to know someone else is afflicted with this Okra-Awe! :)

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