This past weekend I put up more green beans (second picking) and another gallon of blackberries (part in freezer jam, part just frozen berries) and I have the kitchen bar top covered in big red maters... going to can some tonight.
My early elberta peach tree is finished now, all harvested, and a lot ate and made into peach freezer jam.
My second peach tree (Reliance) is loaded up with even more peaches and they are getting close to being right for picking.
My sweet corn is all done, harvested, in the freezer now.
Squash has played out, greens are all buggy now... time to pull them up and prep a site for a fall patch.
About all I have left going in the garden is Tomatoes (got a bunch on the vine, will be canning those for the next few weeks), and will probably get another harvest or two off my green beans.
I saw a red leaf on a sour wood tree this weekend... that first early sign that fall (and seng hunting) is on it's way.
Check out my old reliance peach tree (bending branches)
Wow TN, Looks like quite a few bushel there! I got a Reliance for my wife a few years ago. I'm expecting its first crop next year. This is a look down a row between some Macintosh. They were the most affected by a cold snap during early April. We probably lost 75% of the Macs. We might have 50 bushel or so of them this year.