We're awaiting our first frost. No complaints about it's not being here yet, because that means we're still getting a few things from the garden; like tomatoes and peppers.
Also enough okra for an occasional sidedish.
Still harvesting black turtle beans. The plants are about played out but I'll continue to get a few more until frost kills them.
We just finished harvesting sweet potatoes the other day. Some of the Beauregards are huge.
These are from slips that I bought at the feed store. I planted them first. Some of you may recall the trouble I had making my own slips, until I figured out the culprit was our city water. The Vardamans were planted later and are not so big.
They are prettier than the Beauregards, but there aren't as many because I only planted one bed.
Zuchetta summer squash is maturing for next year's seed. Ditto for green beans.
And look what likes the lovely October weather!
I ought to have planted a fall garden by now, but have decided that the garden needs a major overhaul. I'm going to get everything harvested and then we're going to go at it. More on that later.