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Wayne

Wayne

 

Returned yesterday from a five day fishing trip of which four were spent in pouring rain and to put icing on the cake not a single fish caught. Still have lots in the freezer from the last outing.

 

Chinook.JPG

 

The garden is thriving:

 

Cocozelle.JPG

 

Fall plantings of kohlrabi, lettuce, daikon and watermelon radish.

 

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More lettuces, cilantro and dill.

 

Herbs and Romaine.JPG

 

And finally this morning's pickage.

 

Morning Harvest.JPG

 

Cocozelle zucchini, beet greens, jalapenos, dill, parsley, garlic chives, tomatoes, watermelon radishes, daikon, mouse melons, beets and in the center hot peppers (aji limo, habaneros, cherry bombs, hot portugals and a lone red jalapeno).

Those are the end of my beets and I have to admit I'm not a big fan of beetroot and grow them for their greens.

Over the next few days I'm going to start doing some serious preserving.

 

 

Wayne

Wayne

 

Returned yesterday from a five day fishing trip of which four were spent in pouring rain and to put icing on the cake not a single fish caught. Still have lots in the freezer from the last outing.

 

Chinook.JPG

 

The garden is thriving:

 

Cocozelle.JPG

 

Fall plantings of kohlrabi, lettuce, daikon and watermelon radish.

 

Large Bed.JPG

 

More lettuces, cilantro and dill.

 

Herbs and Romaine.JPG

 

And finally this morning's pickage.

 

Morning Harvest.JPG

 

Cocozelle zucchini, beet greens, jalapenos, dill, parsley, garlic chives, tomatoes, watermelon radishes, daikon, mouse melons, beets and in the center hot peppers (aji limo, habaneros, cherry bombs, hot portugals and a lone red jalapeno.

Those are the end of my beets and I have to admit I'm not a big fan of beetroot and grow them for their greens.

Over the next few days I'm going to start doing some serious preserving.

 

 

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