Monday, November 30, 2009

Last photos of Fall

I can't believe how Huge this purple (broccolli or cauliflower) got to be.
A gift someone leaves in the garden several times a week.
The carrots
Walking Onions
These were a huge surprise. They didn't flower in the spring but I left them alone and all of a sudden purple everywhere.

The color was amazing.

Lambs ear. Can be used as toilet paper.
The tomatoes are all done and out.
The berries and tomatillos are still hanging in there.

The herbs
Those wooden boxes will be used next spring for the potatoes. So I can build up the soil and then remove a box at a time to get to the harvest.

I got the boxes free from a street construction site. They were used to keep huge pipes together.

Love my english Lavendar and the Yarrow

Friday, October 16, 2009

Beans beans beans

Christmas Beans. Its a treat everytime you open a bean pod and see this color coming out. Amazing.
Seed collecting.

Melon and spaghetti squash
Pile of beans
This is only a small small portion of the tomatillos and ground cherries that I harvested.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Fall in Front

Sunflower head
Leek
Chives, grapes, rosemary, strawberry
Mums
Naranjilla, takes too long to fruit for my zone. Could have brought it in for the winter but I didn't. Wish I had.

The Celery did really well. I have a ton of it chopped and frozen in the freezer.
Lemon Grass, Fennel, Sage, Basil, Parsley
Wonderberries
Tomatillos are productive little plants. I had soooo many of these.
Wonderberry, and Naranjilla.
The amaranth canes on the ground. These things were seriously tall.




Tuesday, October 13, 2009

BackYard in Fall

My two Pear trees
Raspberries.
Strawberries. These did very well this year.
Nasturtiums climbing up the apricot tree.

Monday, October 12, 2009