Sunday, September 4, 2016

Loulou In The Mist

After days and days of rain and chilly temps, the sun has made a return.  Early this morning, the mist rose from the ground in swirls.  Loulou sat on the edge of the strawberries like the Sphinx, taking in the atmosphere.

The North garden

Looking up the driveway

Sunflower in the North garden


Parsnips, and beet greens on the ground.

I am still waiting for the lettuce to go to seed so I can collect it!  It has remained at this stage for weeks.

Red zebra tomatoes - they haven't begun to ripen yet.

Pink dahlietta.  Photobomb courtesy of Floofy, a neighbourhood cat who likes to visit.

Two of the three Gelber Englischer Custard squash that grew for me this summer.  They are still so tiny!

Sunflower in the zucchini bed.

Kahnawake Mohawk beans

The two cherry tomato plants have sprawled so much that the tomato cages have bent underneath them. 

Apple tree with a North Georgia Candy Roaster hanging from it.

The apples are ready to pick!

The kale is still going strong.

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