Fall is in the air. After a few stifling hot days last week the weather took an abrupt change and we pulled out our hats and windbreakers for harvest on Monday. We are swimming in tomatoes, peppers, beans and began harvesting the winter squash this week. Planting the fields last spring seems light years ago. The downward path of the season has begun. The harvest for this week and what may appear in your boxes include: Asian Pears, Macintosh Apples blems and all, winter squash most likely acorn or sweet dumpling, Garlic, Cukes probably the long Asian cuke, Green peppers and the sweet Italian bull horn shaped, Beans, Eggplant, Tomatoes of all kinds….baby romas, small saladette tomatoes great for roasting or fresh eating, Heirlooms, cherry tomatoes… another week off for the chard and kale, they will probably appear next week.
Week #11 boxes. Hope everyone enjoyed their box!!
The last of the lisianthus and loads of sunflowers went into these magical bouquets this week.
A little red strawberry fields gomphrena greets you!
Good bye lisianthus untill next year. I will miss you like a dear friend.
The colors of the garden in early fall. It will all end too soon!
Hope everyone is enjoying their veggies. Thanks!