Homegrown Vegetables

Homegrown Vegetables

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Yesterday I singled out our tomato harvest, but my husband has been growing other things that have done really well too. There have been lots of beans, broccoli, eggplant, pears, peppers, carrots, cucumbers, zucchini, cantaloupe, onions, and absolutely enormous butternut squash. In the photo above, I placed the tomatoes to show the relative humongousness of these squashes. How nice it is to have a husband talented in gardening! The raspberries, brussels sprouts, and cabbages, are coming along nicely too…

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2 Comments

  1. Jo Gabriele 1 year ago

    The veggies are living art and look delicious, but by far my favorite is James’ wearing his “digging in the dirt” pants.

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  1. […] are photos of some of the vegetables we’ve harvested since these three posts (here, here, and here) earlier this fall. It has been quite a haul, with the Brussels sprouts still to come, […]

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