Saturday, September 18, 2010

Back up part 2 mini harvest




















every year there is a time when i have to let go of growing things and let them wane instead, call it a day, a truce, say goodbye to my garden. this year i planted very late hence a barely fruited crop at this inevitable juncture. the smote of frost has killed the leaves thus killing any chance of plumping up the mini zucchinis, spaceships, carrots and potatoes. I have to wave my flag and start salvaging what i can, dig the potatoes and fry up the blossoms that never amounted to a vegetable. what a bust!

the potato hunt, however, is like a treasure hunt - delicious little gems that have magically sprouted from a single potato like grapes.
xo milady
















3 comments:

Make mine Mid-Century said...

It looks like a good harvest in the photos ... it's all very colourful.

I love that stone wall in your garden ... I wonder if you did that yourself?

Viilhvile said...

Oh, you can't imagine how much I have enjoyed last days posts from you. The scenery is unbelievable, your life there like a dream! So glad I found your blog, it's something quite different and feels me with a goooood feeling!

Milady Productions said...

Make mine Mid-Century, my husband made the stone wall. he is a mason. my house is mostly stone inside - like the Flintstones!

Viilhvile - thank you so much for your comments - it has always been my dream to pass on some sort of good feeling thru art - this blog is my way of being artful when i don't have the time and space to do my artwork. life is amazing, all around don't you think?

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