Harvests: This Summer In The Garden

Embracing Our Interdependence With Nature

Harvests: This Summer In The Garden

This summer has been a whirlwind for me. I picked up some part time work at a local organic farm last winter and the job lasted way into the summer. A couple of months before the farm job started I began volunteering at the Community Vegetable Garden at Heathcote Botanical Gardens. Just as the farm job ended I began an Organic Gardening series of presentations at Heathcote Botanical Gardens which is ongoing. I have just barely been able to keep up with the growing in my garden, my blog, well you know. Fortunately I have been snapping pictures, so I am hoping the pics will tell the story for my summer in the garden.


5 Responses

  1. Sara says:

    Mu mouth is watering!!!!

  2. Susan says:

    Looks like your garden has been as productive as you’ve been this past summer. Love those long beans. Are they tasty?

  3. Adina says:

    Thanks for your comment Susan, The longs beans are delicious. In a taste test I couldn’t tell them from bush beans, they’re just longer.

  4. belle says:

    Yummm indeed. I recently planted my eggplants and spinach, can’t wait til I can eat from my new vegetable garden.

  5. Adina says:

    Thanks for your comment belle, Yummm, you are making me hungry. Have a great gardening season.

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