Hi, welcome to the most exciting, the highly interactive @edprivat's garden journal.
It's the end of the growing season, and I've now "abandoned ship" for more trivial occupations, like taking pictures of rainbows:
We still do the bare minimum like picking what's already has been grown, and probably will do a little bit of work in the greenhouse, but we are slowing down a bit, the kids are homeschooled, so there are tons of lessons online that we need to supervise them.
Also, we are both working on our respective projects, so it's really hard to find some time to dedicate to it. I think the potato digging really worn me out, it's really like doing too much music, there's a moment you need a break away from it.
Ed take on this: This tomato grew tiny little tomatoes in its butthole
@lionmom take on this: This is a portal to another dimension
After a week of heavy rain, a new treasure got revealed!
I had more potatoes to harvest on the top of the potatoes, I couldn't just leave them like this so I picked what was left, I am thinking of trying to keep the smallest one for regrowth next year, just an experiment.
I was supposed to weed out around the carrots, I know...It's still doing its thing though!
If you look closer on the picture, you will notice a potato trying to blend in with the carrots, maybe it's a romantic comedy starring Julia Carrotine and Richard Spud.
I completely forgot about that guy, he grew an entire family of himself, we eventually ate his heart, and it was delicious. Cheers to you old cabbage!
Butternuts and Wahahatermelons
I am truly happy with my first year growing butternuts, they looked healthy and huge, they taste delicious, I won the butternut game for sure.
The watermelons on the other hand, were a little bit small, but fully packed with sugar. Check out this camera movement, it's like a music video:
Green Bush Beans
We still have some more to harvest, next year I will make sure to grow a smaller patch, it feels like they never end sprouting new beans, some of them are hidden under the leaves, just pure joy to harvest, especially with the little one.
The sweetest watermelon ever!
Voilà, have a beautiful Sunday, what are you still growing right now? CHeers!