This is the front side our new garden shed. Nice!
So, it is almost time to clean out the greenhouse so I can set up for intensive propagation of winter veggies and then spring crops.
The vegetables still think it is summer and are producing just fine. The peppers are ripening the way I like them best - red!! We are growing hot, medium and mild (bell types) and they are all finally maturing.
The zucchini plants are sending out lots of babies and some giants that hide from me. The three different types of zucchini are all small here in this picture. That is a very small berry basket. I am not sure how much longer the plants will last though because the heavy dew in the mornings is helping to weaken them.
This is a nice time of the year for growing plants in general though. The ones that don't "love" the heat of summer are just reviving themselves with a good rain and nice temperatures. Asters are blooming and roses are blooming again as well and native iris's are popping their heads out of the ground. It is a new season as we see these changes occurring in the nature around us. To garden is a wonderful occupation.