My pumpkin and squash vines spread like crazy! Snooping through today I see there are LOTS of little pumpkins! Those big leaves sure do hide them well. I don’t know if they will all ripen in time but it would be nice to get a few. There aren’t as many butternut squashes as pumpkins but again, I’m hoping for a few.
The cucumbers are finally starting to produce. I’ve picked a few for making pickles, they wait in the fridge until I have enough to do a recipe. I’ve sliced some for eating as well. The plants look a little yellow from all the rain we got last month.
Tomatoes are coming steady. We’re really enjoying them. Nothing like a homegrown tomato. I’ll can up some for the winter and make sauce.
The lettuce has bolted, it’s finished. I still cut some for the goats, chickens and turkeys. They don’t care if it’s bitter. The green beans are about done too. I might find a few more out there but probably not enough for a meal. The cabbage has all been picked. The broccoli is still giving side shoots.
That’s about all there is to tell about the garden.