written by Yvonne
No, the date stamped on the picture isn't wrong.
Yes, I realizes it reads October and yes, these are tomatoes.
And so are these...
And yes, these are the beginnings of cucumbers and yes, I know these things aren't supposed to grow in October. All of these were late season plants we started just to see what happened. What happened was everything grew! We will remember this for next year and not hesitate to plant a second round of everything to take us through to the first frost. My prediction is that this stuff isn't going to survive until they ripen. Tom is sure they will. Temperature outside is dropping fast. Stay tuned to see what happens.
The Russian kale grows like crazy. We've already harvest some and need to harvest some more.
Beets are coming along.
First batch of collards are ready to harvest. (Check out that dog action in the background!)
The second planting of collards (small plants in the front) have all taken off.
You can start to see the rows of spinach (darker) and lettuce (lighter color).
A big basket of health!
Last of the cow peas for the season.