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harvest and fall crops August 27, 2010

Filed under: house before and afters — ravennagirls @ 9:12 pm
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Our backyard garden is doing wonderfully!  It must be all the warm weather and sun we are getting.  YAY!

Here is a look at what the yard looks like today:

Dahlias are in full bloom everywhere.

Tomato plants are huge.  Tons of flowers… still waiting on the actual tomatoes though.

Cukes have lots of flowers and a few small baby ones!

Peas are still doing well… they are nearing the end of production though.

Lettuce is still doing great… and we are eating salads a lot.

We have completely harvested all of our small onions and shallots….

(only like 1/3 of the onions….)

Probably the most exciting thing lately is that we have planted our new fall starts that we bought from Cascade Edible Landscapes…..

When we planted them two weeks ago:

 

And today:

Pretty cool!

There are ten varieties of plants…including califlower, brussel sprouts, spinach, radicchio, kale, and a few more things….  stay tuned for when we eat them….hopefully!

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3 Responses to “harvest and fall crops”

  1. Blythe Says:

    LOVELY! Those Dahlias look gorgeous!

    ps: I want to come play in Seattle soon … I need a little goodwill / coffee / crafting /delancey / wine drinking action with you two once fall hits!

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