We’re having a dry spell, beautiful warmish days and cool nights. It seems like every weekday is beautiful and every weekend it’s cloudy or rainy.
I was in the vegetable garden the other day in the morning before going to work. I was able to stuff myself with strawberries. Here’s the row, and a close up below.
And I took a bunch of photos of the small rock-lined herb garden. The anise hyssop (agastache) self-seeds generously every year, and I have to weed them out or we’d be overrun. They bloom right up to frost, and the bees are all over them.
David tackled the horse radish, and he has already made a batch of horseradish sauce. Only brave people can eat it–very powerful stuff! I am certain that horseradishes will be flourishing in our garden long after we are gone.
I also took some pictures of the swiss chard, which glows with its big green leaves and bright red stems. And I took a little picture of a few small empty clay pots, their job done for one season. Next Spring they will be full of potting soil and seedlings again.