|Peppers are nearing|
the end of production
|Bittermelon in pots|
|Garlic starting to sprout|
|White Sesame blooming|
and setting seed
|Strawberries for next spring all in pots|
|The fig tree has finished this years' production|
and the leaves are starting to turn color
|VERY late season pumpkins next|
to Borage almost ready to flower
|Navel Oranges are now bigger than baseballs|
|Carrot seedlings on the left.|
Onion and Garlic Chived on the right.
This is where Cherry Toms
were grown this summer
|This bed had cucumbers,|
zucchini, pumpkins and beans.
Most of it was tilled under and
the land is waiting for
the fall plantings of Peas.
Against the back wall, the Sunchokes
are starting to wither
|Pink little Cosmos enjoying a|
little rain this morning.
The weather is SOOO bizarre!
Earlier in the week we
had Temps in 110.
Now we have thunderstorms
with scattered showers,
temps in the 70's
|Seed starts of Cabbage and Lettuce|
|This area is where the Asian Pear|
Tree stump was.
Tim dug it out and Andrew planted
the Mango tree in place of it and filled
the area back up
|Late cucumbers: we're taking|
a gamble with the weather
|New Zealand Spinach is so hardy|