Welcome to my Starting a garden blog Post #27 🙂 First some pretty pictures. How about these lovely peppers?
And of course some flowers 🌻 The local wildflowers are blooming again with the rain and cooler temperatures. It got all the way down to 36F this morning.
We have had a few nice showers and the small creek is flowing again. It has been dry since mid-July.
Fall colors are starting.
Lots of maples are starting to turn. More to come 😁
Moving along to the garden...
“This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” - Churchill
Ok maybe it is the beginning of the end 🤣
The sunflower, cucumber, and zuchinni (plus marigolds) bed is about done for the year.
Today's project was cleaning out the bed. Looks so pretty 🙂 I will probably take down the trellis tomorrow too.
We are still getting some nice harvests.
We brought in some of the pumpkins because the vines had mildew. Also brought in some of the onions (these are the ones we grew from seeds @melinda010100).
And we harvested THE pear 🤣 Those of you that follow me know the story... I planted 12 fruit trees this year and have one pear for this years crop. Its first year so I was expecting much but one pear is kind of a joke.
Perfect and yummy. Hopefully next year there will be many more 😅
Thats it for my Beginning the end of my garden Post 😁 Have a great week!
Lake Dunmore on an overcast day with clouds on the mountains.
Foggy fall morning.