We’ve eaten all the cauliflower, and potatoes from my vegetable garden. Now the tomatoes are ripening. This weekend, if I have enough, I’ll make Tomato Soup.
There is still plenty of Kale, it’s never stopped growing and we’ve been eating it since the early spring.
My garlic is drying on the front porch. Soon it will be ready to be eaten and stored. And the Morning Glories are truly glorious.
The onions I planted have disappeared.
It may be the chipmunk who has a permanent tunnel under the plastic composter which is next to my garden. The chipmunk has eaten well this year. The composter which was three-quarters full this spring has dwindled down so it’s now only a quarter full. Mostly of avocado and peach pits and banana peels.
Since the compost hadn’t turned into usable soil, I was wondering what I’d do when it was full. Now it’s not a problem.
I’m grateful to the chipmunk for that, but it does make me think it might be a good idea to move the compost away from the garden.