Our little garden continues to grow! I thought our tomatoes would never get ripe and now suddenly, they are ALL deciding to be ripe. I’m glad I didn’t put more plants in-I’m the only one that eats tomatoes around here. I picked those tomatoes and wee eggplants about 2 weeks ago and they were delicious.
Here’s the tomato crop I’m working with, but I just walked out into the backyard and there’s about 7 more tomatoes I could pick. I need to start coming up with creative ways to eat tomatoes, although these are pretty perfect with just salt and pepper.
This monstrosity grew in the garden as well. I have no clue what kind of squash this is. It’s a mystery! I will continue researching to see if I can figure out what kind it is. All I know is that this is definitely a summer squash because the outside skin is soft, not hard like an acorn or butternut squash. I ate one a few weeks ago and the inside is soft and has big, white seeds, like a zucchini. Any squash experts out there?
We have some yellow crookneck squash growing as well. More summer squash, since we obviously don’t have enough. I picked some really fertile plants apparently.
This is my favorite! It’s a Jack Be Little pumpkin and it’s so tiny and cute! I hope it grows to full size before the weather start to get too cold. I want to set it out on our porch for a little while before we eat it! It is Autumn here, despite it being almost 80 degrees today. Can’t complain too much about warm weather though. I’d take this over snow any day. Our tree in the front yard thinks it’s time for Fall. My boots are also waiting to be dusted off and walked through dry leaves again.