...I usually tell them its right outside.
Four heirloom tomato plants have produced more than most any I had ever planted at the beach farm.
I've been looking forward to the German Stripe, the latest to size up and ripen.
Japanese eggplant, 'Kyoto,' have been exceptionally prolific.
I put my green bean seeds in a little late, but still, they are producing now.
Although my broccoli starts were a failure. Too late, as always.
Anderson Acres. You see the sign, to the left, that says start your fall garden. Yes! Getting starts together at the right time in summer is challenging given busy summer schedules and difficult weather. Hardly any garden business has starts available at this time of year, probably because there isn't much market for it. I'm so glad to have found them at the Minneapolis Farmers' Market in stall 311.
I bought a handful of these lettuce starts, broccoli, cilantro, parsley, and basil.
The fall lettuce.
Betsy's dill, the pickler that she is.
And they're beginning to turn red.
Of course, there are still tomatoes ripening.
With more to come.
The woods has not produced its usual bounty this year, except for the morels early on. Maybe we've missed them, having been so busy with work on the house and field. Of course, we'll keep looking.