The beans are coming in bowls at a time. Luckily I have a little green bean monster to keep up with the crop this autumn.
Remember that front bed that I ripped all of the flowers out of in July? This front bed is part of my bean crop source now.
Holy acorn squash! Where did you come from?
I have no idea, actually. We came home from our Western vacation and there it was, a large squash plant growing in one of the front beds. We eat a lot of acorn squash, so my best guess is that it came in with some soil from the compost pile. I love volunteer plants.
Here are two more volunteer plants – I had five tomato plants this year that came from compost dirt. I cannot wait to taste these tomatoes. The variety is a mystery, though if I had to guess, I’d say grape tomatoes.