10/4/15 - Another harvest of Cayenne peppers. It's a shame we don't have a long growing season. In spite of planting these the same time as all the rest in February, they were a late bloom with plenty of peppers, but I'm not sure how they will survive or thrive with the cold weather. The plant usually yields a ton of peppers!
10/4/15 - Today's harvest...Lots of Swiss Chard, 1 bell pepper, 4 Cayenne Pepper, Ground Cherry tomatoes, Giant Green onions and Curled Scotch kale
10/4/15 - Giant sweet bell peppers, 5 colored Chinese peppers and Cayenne pepper
10/4/15 - Still so much Swiss chard. A favorite in soups all summer!
10/4/15 - Another plentiful plant, the Curlsed Scotch kale, also a favorite in my soups
10/4/15 - Mmm more Swiss chard
10/4/15 - More Curlsed Scotch kale
10/4/15 - Way too much Red Russian kale!
10/4/15 - More Swiss Chard and Dino kale!
10/4/15 - Strawberries
10/4/15 - Strawberries filling in for a productive season next year. I probably should have planted some in the bare spots where the transplants died, but left it bare.
10/4/15 - It's amazing how fast these grow, after 2 weeks of harvest they're back up
10/4/15 - Plenty of Giant green onions! And dead basil plants in the background
10/4/15 - 4th row...Cayenne pepper plant, Green onions, and peppers
10/4/15 - 3rd row...Ground cherry tomatoes, Red Russian Kale, Swiss Chard and Curled Scotch kale
10/4/15 - 3rd row...Ground cherry tomatoes, Red Russian Kale, Swiss Chard and Curled Scotch kale10/4/15 - Dino kale Christmas-Treed up
10/4/15 - Beets...mm some went in my soup this evening. Nothing like pink soup