Here's what's happening in my garden in November.
|Harvest: the last of the tatume squash.|
|Broccoli bed. We're getting a modest harvest. All the beds |
behind have been mulched with our abundance of leaves.
|My garlic is doing well. Behind, is that huge cushaw I showed you earlier.|
|Here's a fuzzy close-up. The strawberry plants are happy in our cooler|
weather. I picked it the next day. It weighs 30 pounds and is 29 inches long.
|My multiplier onions are growing too. I planted assorted salad greens and|
radish seeds both here and the garlic bed, but no go. I'm guessing because it's
been so dry the past month and a half, they haven't had a chance to sprout.
|I was dismayed when I realized I had no turnip seeds to plant for fall!|
Happily, two volunteer turnips are obliging me. These will be for seed.
|Swiss chard and parsley I potted when Dan tilled the beds they were in.|
|The last of the okra pods to dry for seed.|
|1st harvest of Jerusalem artichokes. I'm going to lacto-ferment these.|
|Lunch: toasted goat cheese on sourdough bread with Farmgirl Susan's Green|
Tomato relish and the last of the countertop ripened Amish Paste tomatoes.
|Do you remember that I told you the guineas love hanging around in the|
chicken yard? The other day I walked into the chicken coop, and the
the guineas had taken over! They appeared pretty pleased with themselves.
November Garden Tour © November 2013