These are some things we may have seen the last of.
While others are still hanging in.
And then there are those still going strong.
I have some green tomatoes but the cherries have just fallen off and on the ground. Chard is going strong here too.
Hi Judy — things are definitely changing quickly now, but the spring-planted chard and kale continue to provide…
They still look beautiful! Especially your chard.
Extraordinary year for some things, including the chard, that we can’t really take credit for!
Chard is such a work horse in the garden. It just keeps giving and giving. One of my favorite standby plants.
We’ve never had the chard grow to this size, really astounding how well it’s done this year!
Thanks, you’re too kind…
I feel like I’m reading Goodnight Moon this time of year: goodbye tomatoes, goodbye basil, goodbye cukes and eggplant, goodbye, goodbye, and see you next year. Lovely pictures, and your chard looks fantastic!
It’s always a sad day when you harvest the last of the tomatoes and eggplants and peppers. I’m still harvesting all of them, but one eggplant variety is done and a couple of the tomatoes are just about finished as well. The season is too short. I love your eggplant photograph, it’s worthy of a glossy magazine!
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