|We have 3 San Marzano. They are loaded, but always late.|
|A handful of beans is all that remains from our plants. The|
plants have been mostly relocated to the compost pile.
|Behind the beans are a few tomatillo plants. We'll get a|
few from these. Tomatillos grow great around here,
producing nicely until is freezes.
|The broccoli continues is proliferation. This is a central|
head from a Thompson. We have a few of these and
many Packman. The Packman continue to produce load
of side shoots.
|The Brussels Sprouts are beginning to form. Will they|
make sprouts by the time winter really sets in?
|An outstanding head of cauliflower.|
|..and one that has started to bolt. I'll steam it up just|
to make sure it is bitter and horrible.
|The cabbage, Danish Ballhead, are really|
starting to form heads.
|This little Sunshine Kabocha is just a little too late. It|
is cute, but won't amount to much.
|That little Sunshine, above, came from this bed. It was home|
to squash, lettuce, and potatoes this year.
|After taking out the squash, I added fertilizer and put|
some Broccoli in. I'm curious to see if anything comes o
something planted out this late. I have another ten plants or so.