Here are some nice sized green tomatoes! We had two nights of near misses with the temps dipping down to 33*! It warmed back up some so I am keeping my fingers crossed that I will get some red ones! If not, everyone will be getting green tomato relish for Christmas!
This is tarragon blooming! I tell you, if this herb will grow in this flower bed it will grow anywhere! I have had very few things grow well in this patch of gumbo! I also think the lawn was heavily weed and feeded before we bought the place,the first couple of years I really had trouble establishing flowerbeds.
Under the tomatoes in this bed I have some cabbages.Once we have frost the tomatoes will be gone and the cabbages will have this bed all to themselves! I did the same out in the garden,I planted my cabbages between the tomatoes to protect them from our harsh sun and I didn't loose one single cabbage this Fall!
Here are some turnips, we raise them mostly for their green tops. Nothing like a big ole mess of turnip greens and a pan of cornbread! That is a southern comfort!
Carrots...I wish I had a lot more planted! This is the first time I have had any success with them. I think it is because they are in one of the raised beds!
The parsnips came up great this year too, both in the regular garden and the raised bed!
This is a baby white kohlrabi...I really like these strange veggies and have a lot of them planted around in different places!
These are collard greens...this is the first year I have grown them and they seem to be doing great!
Chives! Oh how we love our chives around here! The Boy will hardly eat mashed potatoes with out chives in them! I absolutely have to have them in my eggs in the mornings!
This is some oregano,it has really taken off in the cooler weather! I need to get some in the dehydrator soon...
I still have bell peppers and jalapenos making like crazy too! I am already thinking about spring seeds and what I want to plant next year! It is a sickness, I tell you all, this gardening fever! So....what are you growing this fall?