As I posted at the beginning of the week, my garden is slowly winding down. These will be the last few pictures of it. Maybe a few more as we harvest, but that may be all.
First off, a few flower pictures.
I can’t remember the name of this plant, but they come back every year. The birds LOVE the seeds in the fall.
My seidum (I never know how to spell this plant). Just starting to get a pink hue to them. It’ll be dark red in full bloom. Should be good this year as we had lots of rain.
Poor tomato plant. Both felt the weight of an over-load of fruit. Got a lot of black bottom ones too. Chipmonks ate well this year.
Remember all those apple blooms back in the spring? Here’s the same tree. No leaves, just apples. Husband says they’re good to eat too.
Here’s a tip for growing green peppers. When the flower dies off, try to angle the fruit away from the center of the plant. It should hang outside of the branches. Otherwise you get peppers that are bent and soggy because they don’t have the room to grow.
You can barely see the squash, but they’re in there. Three so far. See how the leaves are dying off?
One melon. We might have another as the season draws to an end, but I’m not holding my breath.
Four pumpkins altogether. We had less last time, but these are small. More like gourds.
And last, but not least, 2 random pictures I took the same day.
That is Miss Molly on the right, and her father Brownie. She is SO my cat. Only lays down on me, and Brownie only sleeps on stuff that has Sithboy’s scent. Cat even knows what computer case is his.
This is a discarded exo-skeleton from something. A little big bigger than my thumbnail.
That’s all folks!