Well it looks like we’ll have some favas after all, our first ever out of the garden.
The most successful crop of spinach I’ve grown is coming to a yummy end.
Lettuce coming up.
Here’s a cup of African Marigolds.
Buckwheat from a test patch I planted to see how long it would take to mature.
Peperoncini and a few padrones pickled for a week so far. After tasting these I’m glad there’s a large bottle of whole peperoncini pickling in the fridge.
Last weekend’s beets, amarillo and other carrots and half of the small potato harvest. Next year is either planting potatoes in the ground or finding varieties that work well in the potato bags I used this year. Still, they tasted dang good. Those beet and carrot leaves and some herbs made a nice veg broth. Sadly missing from this photo are tomatoes which are just about spent for the year. Boo - I had tomatoes through Sept last year.
Something about this tomato (Japanese Black Trifele) is off. I can’t quite put my finger on it.