Look! We grew a puppy again!
We grew a lot of other things too. Yet again, this garden is crazy productive.
The puppy didn’t fit in the basket.
Not pictured are the zucchinis that just won’t stop and hundreds of cherry tomatoes (I roasted a bunch last night for all kinds of goodness).
What’s growing in your garden?
What amazing bounty!! Seems like horse rings must have wonderful soil. What are those purple peppers? I’ve not seen any that colour before.
We are finishing the last of our tomatoes and waiting for our two squashes to be big enough. So not a lot, but the tomatoes and green onions have been very productive all summer. Also we’ve got lots of fresh herbs, which should continue throughout the winter as well.
The most extraordinary thing that you grew was that puppy! Special indeed. 🙂
We got a mix pack of pepper seeds. They turned out to be just green and purple bell peppers. We’ve actually not tried the purple ones yet. I assume they’re going to taste like peppers.
It’s lovely that you’ve had some homegrown goodness.
Wow!!! Looking fantastic 😄
Thanks so much.
What’s growing in my garden? Not much. The heat killed off all the onions days after I planted them, and a deer has eaten the green bean and tomato plants three or four times. I picked two ripe tomatoes today, and have been picking cherry tomatoes for a couple of weeks. The beets seem to be all leaves and no beet. This was not a great year for my garden. Yours looks wonderful!
Oh Jane. That’s so frustrating! Actually, our onions and beets have not had a great year either.
I think that will be my post for next week…spoiler alert..I am disappointed with our garden right now. 😦
Uh-oh. That’s too bad, Sarah.
Your puppy plants are always impressive, btw!
They’re my favourite 😉
Looks like you have had a very bountiful season! I’m sure the heat helped, for most things anyhow…I know the peppers around here are sure loving it.
We got zero peppers last year, so I’m blown away this year.