Photo below - here's the tomatoes that were salvaged from the plants that were blown over. They'll ripen just fine on the counter, and should provide me and my parents plenty of them to eat for at least 2-3 weeks, I figure. Any that aren't eaten fresh will be frozen, of course.
Photo below - seeds from various melons have been saved for next year's garden, and only honeydew melon seeds are still left to gather. As you might expect, plenty will be shared with my readers during the winter months.
In other news, i'm planning on adding another trellis to the garden. It'll be used for supporting vining vegetables that are grown in the area where all of the swc's are located. It's purpose will be to address the problem of high winds that have caused problems 3 times already this year. Even though it's a lot of work to get done, i've grown tired of having my stuff blown over. Besides, i'm known as "the builder" in my closeknit group of garden Blogging friends.
Take care, and happy gardening
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