Blooms In The Vegetable Garden

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Most of the vegetables in the garden have been planted for a little over a month now, and are progressing fairly well. I thought it would be a good time to share some pictures of the blooms so far in the garden. I am starting to get some baby squash, zucchini, and banana peppers. I can’t wait for the the little green balls of tomatoes to start coming. Hopefully, it will be soon.

Here are some pictures of my vegetable blossoms.

This is one of the zucchini blooms

This is one of the zucchini blooms

Here are two straightneck yellow squash blooms

Here are two straightneck yellow squash blooms

A little yellow squash with the bloom still attached on the end

A little yellow squash with the bloom still attached on the end

These blooms are on one of the Big Beef tomato plants

These blooms are on one of the Big Beef tomato plants

A batch of blooms on the Straight Eight cucumbers

A batch of blooms on the Straight Eight cucumbers

Here's a couple of tiny sweet banana peppers

Here's a couple of tiny sweet banana peppers

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  1. Is it normal for pepper plants to have some purple in them?

    • Hi Dave – Yes, sometimes the stems of the plant may turn very dark. Keep an eye on it though because sometimes this is a sign of wilt in the plant. If the leaves start shriveling up then pull the plant up and destroy it.

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