Thanks Giving Garden Update

It feels like fall with cooler temps and rainy days,  we are still pretty busy in the veggie garden and for that, I am very Thankful!

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Daily Harvest

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a few tired Tomato plants are slowly finishing up…

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we have a second round of Basil in the green house

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these peppers are huge : the weird red glow is from my umbrella 🙂

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My first time growing Kohlrabi , with success  🙂

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we have Carrots for Thanks Giving Dinner

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and this has been the best season for  Broccoli

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I’m still hoping our late figs will ripen

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Romaine Lettuce along with other greens are filling the beds

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we have several Lemons & limes

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and lots of fresh growth (Alyssum, Broccoli and Spring Cauliflower, Pole Beans along the wall with the Apple Trees)

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Snow Peas, Beets and Broccoli Pots

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The beds are pretty full, this one has some room for Garlic, its time to get it planted!

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Fall Potatoes, these were planted mid September, they are starting to flower now..

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and I have just planted a few more in hopes of serving them for Christmas  🙂

Happy Thanks Giving to all my Canadian Family & Friends !!!

6 thoughts on “Thanks Giving Garden Update

  1. Lovely!!! (The beds are looking so good.) Yes, we have so very much to be thankful for… and a HAPPY THANKSGIVING for all my Canadian family, just think, I get to have TWO every year, ha!

  2. Just catching up on your Blog. The beds look fantastic. I can’t believe you can grow figs and I’m still jealous of the lemons and limes! Hard to believe that an hour’s plane ride away you are in such a different climate. The broccoli is perfect, and that pepper is huge!

    1. I know,Its crazy the difference in climate! Braccias have done really well this year , fingers crossed the weather keeps cooperating we have some cauliflower just starting to form 🙂

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