Autumn and late summer are a special time as the days are shorter and the temperatures cool down the whole feel of the garden changes
The tomato plants wither, the last of the eggplant are picked and there is an explosion of growth of cold weather crops – some pictured in the last post.
Broccoli – has a sweetness when freshly picked that is incomparable
Cauliflower – is still growing even in the cold weather
Cabbage – has become a staple in our daily meals with so many ways to prepare – especially sauteed with onion and garlic.
Salads are cut from the garden as needed
Our sweet potatoes are stored and ready for Thanksgiving.