Happy Monday! Fall is in the air and I can't wait to bake our first batch of pumpkin muffins. Unfortunately they will not be from our home grown pumpkins, since we have absolutely none set..... But the vine is still out there for my oldest, just in case something happens. You never know.
This week we had a nice harvest, not a lot of variety, but the fall garden is too immature for much and the summer garden is winding down. We had our first Yellow Brandywine tomato harvest!
We have a total of 6 on our plant and 3 were amazingly ready this past weekend. All together we had 1 pound 15 1/2 oz of Brandywine goodness. My mother-in-law was impressed when we showed her our bounty via skype.
We had one very simply with dinner in a tomato and heart of palm salad. It was very yummy.
There are some jalapenos and habeneros out there I need to pick, but I got side tracked with other garden chores. I'm pretty sure I went out to pick the peppers and ended up cutting back my neighbors encroaching shrubbery, the gladiolas that have started to die back, the roses, and pulled plants that have needed to go for a while. I ended up with 4 containers ready to plant and my yard looks much more trim now. Maybe today the scraggly cucumber vines will be cleared away and the spot made ready for some seed starts.
Harvest Monday is a chance to see what gardeners around the world are growing. Pop on over to our host's site, daphnesdandelions.blogspot.com and see everyone's gardens!
Happy gardening all.