Asparagus- one meal as this was it's first full year
Rhubarb- same thing
Onions- 33 each White, Red, and Yellow
Corn- 45 ears, all pretty good, a bit of worm damage
Hubbard Squash-25 small ones and 5 huge ones
Delicata Squash- 30
Caserta and Zucchini Summer Squash- 85 total, spread out over the season
Green Beans- 6 Quarts
Purple Beans- 14 Quarts
Potatoes- 3 lbs of small Red Potatoes
Sweet Potatoes- 3 lbs
Ground Cherries- 3 Pints of jam and a lot just for eating ( I love these!)
Okra- Enough for dinner every Wednesday plus 6 bags in the freezer for later
Cucumbers- the Lemon Cucumbers did very well, but the pickling cukes didn't produce very well at all. We just ate them in salad.
Lettuce- Ok until it got hot
Celtus- Highly overrated, not all that good
Spinach- 5 bags put away, plus countless omlets all summer
Beets- 2 quarts put away and all the greens we could eat
Strawberry Spinach- kind of disappointing, the leaves are small and the berries are bland and kind of "green" tasting. Ok in salad, but I won't do them again
Casper Eggplant- these did GREAT this year. Lots of nice little eggplants1
Black Beauty Eggplant- only three nice fruit, but they were delicious! The plants didn't grow well this year.
Broccoli- no heads at all this year
Cauliflower- small heads and a bit tough. It was probably a bit too warm for them
Carrots- 4 Quarts
Fennel- eaten by a woodchuck, but the ferns that came back were tasty
Peppers- 4 quarts of Jalapenos, 3 each of Banana and California Wonder
Tomatoes- I have 8 quarts of sauce, 7 of salsa, 2 pints of tomato jam, and they are still coming! We had Mortgage Lifters, Cherry's, and Black Krim. I will also do some fried green tomatoes...
Snow Peas- 10 quarts
Huckleberries- taste AWFUL raw, but make a jam that is almost a cross between Blueberry and Blackberry. VERY good!
Strawberries- eaten by Chipmunks...
Not too bad for a Garden Experiment! On to planning next year's......!