It is hard to believe it is mid-August, and this garden is just not slowing down.
The freezer is slowly filling with all sorts of veggies to keep us going with our own food through the winter.
Today I did find signs of our first intruder ever. Apparently a raccoon found a way to slip past our dog, undetected.
I trust that this will not happen again!
For planting the green beans so late, they are doing awesome.
I searched all spring for the perfect bean.
I like the really long skinny varieties. I think I found a winner!
Lovely sunflowers. The bee's love them, too!
Blooms continue on the squash and pumpkins.
The pumpkin vine has grown up and over the tomatoes.
I should cut it off, but I am curious how far it will go!
Dug up our first carrots of the season today. Small, but good!
Second harvest of cabbage!
Finally a perfect head of cauliflower! It is apparently doing better, in our cooler temps.
And the big attraction. . . . . My mammoth pumpkin! I am so excited to see how big it ends up!