I am in love with my garden right now. There are so many different vegetables beginning to ripen, it’s intoxicating. So many tomatoes on the horizon, so many gorgeous pumpkins on the vine. It makes mornings like this, a sure joy to walk out the back door and snap a few pictures to record this summers bounty.
The red potatoes I planted in the oak barrel will be used for winter soups.
Dinosaur kale and fall onions.
Zucchini and cucumber patch.
Big Max the volunteer pumpkin.
Hubby the Hubbard squash… There are about 20 of these in the garden right now. Yikes!
The acorn squash have finally started to take shape.
The biggest, baddest, bean teepee in the world.
Italian Heirloom tomato. My record for this variety was 2 pounds 10 ounces back in 2009.
Stupice tomatoes. The easiest tomato to grow on the planet.
Green zebra tomatoes growing in the greenhouse.
Purple cabbage. I’m growing this for the Handsome Husband.
Fall potatoes. I wonder how many pounds we’ll get?
Magical pumpkin on the vine.
Be still my heart. A Cinderella pumpkin.
Amish pie pumpkin. Perfect for Thanksgiving pies.
Fall is creeping up on us… Are you ready?
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