Don’t turn your back on that corn!

We are now officially at the autumn equinox, (and surprise, surprise), we’ve had a first, light, frost, the apples (a bumper crop) are turning red, lots of butternut squash is appearing, sunflowers are looming and the corn is unbelievable!

Here are the corn beds today:


This is what they looked like in June!

Sometimes the garden feels like a place of miracles–I do this every year, but the amazing journey from a small box of seeds, to a huge garden bursting at the seams with delicious vegetables, fruit and flowers never fails to amaze me!

I made some progress on the beds that will be under the hoop this winter.




Many crops are harvested, but we still have beets, carrots, celery, leeks, squash, cabbage, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, tomatoes, peppers…….and lots of other stuff coming along. And no hard frost yet in sight!




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