8.25.2011

My Garden Life {Week 6}


Well, this may be the end of my Garden Life participation. True, I do have a few more tomatoes and peppers growing, but how many weeks in a row can I keep you interested in the same thing? Yeah, probably not that many. Anyway, I'd like to say a big THANK YOU to Tiffany for hosting the Garden Life link-up each Friday over at No Ordinary Homestead. It has been really fun to connect with other garden-lovers around the world and see what's growing out there. I collected some good ideas for next year and I'm inspired to see what my containers will grow in 2012.

If anything new and exciting comes about in the next few weeks, I'll link up again, but in the meantime - thanks for hosting (Tiffany), and thanks to all who have popped by to visit and leave comments. I hope to "see" you again in the future. You're welcome to stop by anytime! Happy Gardening!

The Week of the Peppers!

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We still have quite a few green tomatoes, but they are starting to turn (as seen in the background)

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 The very last surprise autumn squash - can't wait to decorate with this come September!

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3 comments:

  1. Those peppers are just crazy huge!

    You know, you can still grow quite a few things before the snow sets in...carrots, broccoli, lettuce, spinach, tons of other greens, radishes, beets, possibly even brussel sprouts, and some types of onions and cabbage. Plus things like garlic should go in the ground about 1 month before the first frost.

    I'm just saying :)

    So glad you linked up the last 6 weeks -- it's been a pleasure having you along. And I do plan to keep this going throughout the winter with garden tutorials, seed catalog lust, uh, wish lists and so forth. :)

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  2. Those peppers look amazing. This has been a very good year for peppers, at least for me.

    I agree with Tiffany, depending on what zone you live in, you can still plant. Last week I got greens in for baby greens this fall (spinach, lettuce, kale, and mustard). I am hoping to get my garlic in sometime this week or next.

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  3. Thanks for the encouragement Tiffany and Kateri! We'll see...

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