These are just a few of the many green beans still to come. I will freeze as much as I can for winter, but they are so good that I may not have too many.
And the first cherry tomatoes were also ready for picking tucked away in the middle of the plant. They barely made it to the kitchen for a picture.
I picked the last of the snap peas two days ago and the plants are now in the compost. Next the lettuce will be pulled. I'm mad at myself for planting more than I could finish. I gave lots of it to my neighbours but it was still too much, I'll remember that for next year. I wonder if I can put some seeds down now or if it will be to hot??? I might give it a try.
So now I have lots of room for some fall and winter veggies. I'll put down turnips, again, and beets in some of the empty spaces. I sure hope the broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts will start. I already let the seedlings dry out a little too much. It looks like the broccoli survived but I'm not sure about the rest.
And the potatoes..should I pull them all or can they sit in the ground for a little bit longer? The leaves are just starting to turn yellow. Anyone know?