|Buddha packing vegetables for delivery|
|A cornucopia of fall vegetables and some surprises|
We were able to pick a variety of salad greens, radishes, and herbs. The most pleasant surprise was tomatoes and peppers that had been planted in August. Thank you Louie for your late summer experiment. Unfortunately most of our winter greens--collards, kale, etc., have been too ravaged by small caterpillars to share. We have dusted with Bt (Bacillus thuringiensis) and we hope new growth on the plants will fare better. Aphids have also been a problem in this warm weather, but we did see a lady bug out hunting. Watch out aphids!
|Just a couple of Better Boys, but still a good|
|As usual, the cherry tomatoes did best|
|Big healthy peppers in November|
|Janyce checks for weeds in the hairy|
vetch cover crop
|Kathy is thinning carrots in one of|
our container gardens. Note the
baby carrot on the adjoining bucket.
They're coming along just fine.