A honeybee working on the coriander this morning.
The green beans are finally starting to grow vines.
This raspberry plant would prefer to be indoors.
I finally got tomatoes planted.
I harvested our garlic today. The outer leaves were dying and some were bent over. So, I knew it was time. After a month or two of curing, they should be very flavorful. While not as large as the garlic I can buy at the store, the flavors will be much more intense.
The growing season is over. The harvest of most of our garden was modest this year. The green beans did great. The tomatoes? Well, they didn’t do so great. Maybe it was he spot where we planted. It is quite possible there wasn’t enough sun. We rotate every year and there is a spot that really gets poor sun. Guess where the tomatoes ended up.
The tomatoes in the photos above have been ripening for a month now. So, they aren’t going to make it before the serious frost begins. Lesson learned. We will prioritize planting for our tomatoes and try to keep them in better sun, even if it means only a partial rotation.