My last few cabbages are small, but that’s ok. Lima beans are just now really coming on. I love my heirloom seeds. The cabbages are the sweetest I’ve ever had, called Golden Acre. And the Lima beans, which I’ve already eaten just the first few of, are wonderful. And, at about 12′ of vine, they are so aptly named King of the Garden.
I’ve used a lot of tomatoes already and made sauce twice, and shared quite a few. Plus I have shared some Vates collards with friends who like them, also an excellent, big yield heirloom. Kentucky Wonder long pole green beans are now being left to go dry, for soup beans in the winter and seeds for next year.
What an excellent season for growing, basically everything I planted. All the more enjoyable after enduring the Winter from Hell, and hoping we don’t have a repeat of that. If we do, I’ll just stay inside and cook some stuff put I away from the garden!
I’m a preacher for the heirloom seed concept and the saving of seeds, so I hope you don’t get tired of hearing that. If we all keep saying it again, maybe one more person will hear and understand the whole thing. Hope you’re still getting to harvest lots of good things, if you’re a gardener. If not, happy autumn soon if you’re up north, and grow on soon if you’re down under!