Aspen’s yellow tomatoes in the 4-H & Youth Division (completed 4th-12th grade)
Aspen’s black cherry tomatoes took top honors out of 16 entries, which made this the most popular category!
Aspen’s purple hull peas in the 4-H & Youth Division
Lindy’s organic slicing cucumbers (Oakley won 3rd but we didn’t get a picture)
Lindy’s organic purple hull peas
Oakley’s organic purple hull peas
Oakley’s green zebras (heirloom tomatoes)
Aspen’s green zebras (heirloom tomatoes)
Aspen’s yellow pear tomatoes (“other tomatoes” category)
Lindy’s green bean creature for “most unique shaped vegetable”
Aspen’s pickling cucumbers in the 4-H & Youth Division
Meanwhile, over in the 4-H & Youth sugar cookie contest, AspenÂ won 3rd place for these.
What have the girls done with their winnings? They’ve started a seed fund – literally!