Thursday, October 29, 2009

The Autumn Garden...

Sometimes I think this is the most beautiful time of year in the garden, maybe it's because I am trying to hold onto something I know is quickly fading away...

high bush blueberry


oregano


cool season crops



sage & carrots for thanksgiving

8 comments:

Jessica Hibbard said...

Nice photos! We must be on the same wavelength ... I posted some similar photos & sentiments yesterday: http://jesshibb.com/late-afternoon-in-the-garden

Sue said...

Hi, I enjoyed seeing your fall photos. I have some lettuce that I'll need to get harvested pretty soon, and my sage and other perennial hers will be good until the ground freezes here in zone 5b, Nebraska.

NellJean said...

Nice presentation, positive spin on Autumn.

You know you have messages in your 'My Plot' at Blotanical? That's where I found your blog.

Nell Jean - Seedscatterer

Barbee' said...

Super photos! I think the same way: I can grow at least some of our food.

Stephanie said...

Very nice pictures and the plants as well :-D Happy Autumn!

Christopher Paquette said...

Thanks for the nice comments everyone!

Hope you all enjoy the remaining days of Fall gardening!

Bay Area Tendrils Garden Travel said...

Glad we've connected on Blotanical.
I'm encouraging my husband to grow parsnips at his community garden. I've never cooked them, but I've been dreaming about roast potatoes (which i always cook!) with parsnips mixed in.
Have you ever grown them?
I have a huge bouquet of tarragon that I'm drying and the house smells heavenly :~D
Alice

Jan (Thanks For 2 Day) said...

I enjoyed your shots...carrots will be good in stuffing along with the sage!