Here's a zucchini plant that was started amongst the late round of corn a few weeks ago. It's got a legitimate shot at producing something before late October, and is doing quite well in the swc.
See this little stinker below? It's a volunteer that sprouted in the main raised bed, and was carefully relocated here. I'm thinking it's yellow crookneck, but will have to wait and see...
Below are the pear peelings left from making the pear butter the other day. They're a great addition to the compost piles, and we'll get this batch heated back up in a few weeks. I really look forward to tending to the piles over the cold months, because it keeps me busy during the off-season.
In other news, the new trellises are coming along nicely. Cooler temps have allowed me to work on the project in the evenings after work, and I'll put together the blog post on it when finished. Due to having to use my phone for everything now, every picture has to be uploaded at the same time. I'm thinking around 20 pictures should do it, hopefully.
Also, if I haven't visited anyone's blog lately, it's not because I don't want to. Circumstances in my life right now leave less time to do so, and taking care of my own blog is even difficult. Sorry....
Take care, and happy gardening
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