Sunday, September 12, 2010

Meanwhile, back at the old garden on Park Dr.....

Zinnia's are happy.

Bees are buzzing.

Time to water. I was dropped off so that I could put about an hour and a half into the Park Dr. plot. It needed it. I feel bad, but ever since we've been juggling both gardens, this plot has had less attention. None the less, some things are still producing in abundance and looking great.

One of our sugar pumpkins for the kids to carve.

Basil as tall as my 2 1/2 year old.

Black Cherries.

San Marizano.

Eggplant and Basil.

3 more eggplant.

Chili Arbol.


  1. Welcome to Blotanical! Your garden looks wonderful, what's not to like about basil as tall as that?! Maybe some pesto in your future? Despite this year not being the best for tomatoes here, our pumpkins, like yours, are doing very well. I love fall squash season. I look forward to following your blog.

  2. Thank you! I can't wait to check out yours as well! I'm so glad to have been accepted at Blotanical. Great connecting with you and I'm so glad you commented.

    I just harvested two sugar pumpkins and tons more tomatoes. I've decided to start ripening them on my kitchen sill, because we've continued to have over cast mornings and cold evenings.