Homegrown Fall Gardening…

Homegrown Fall Gardening

This is our first attempt at a fall garden.  We planted greens, lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage.  We also re-planted a couple of our favorite summer veggies to see how they would do.  The first freeze rolled in last week so the Hubs covered the summer veggies with plastic and made a make shift green house.  When the temperatures began to creep back up as they do down here in Southeast Texas the plastic was pulled back to reveal a beautiful homegrown fall harvest.

Homegrown Fall Gardening

This is summer squash also known as patty pan and arugula.

Homegrown Fall Gardening

A bowl of lettuce; green leaf, butter lettuce and romaine.

Homegrown Fall Gardening

Sweet Satsuma…our Homegrown Fall Garden harvest.


Filed under All Things Foodie, Eat to Live, gardening and other green things, postaweek2011

12 responses to “Homegrown Fall Gardening…

  1. How wonderful and exciting! Enjoy your harvest, Jeanne.

  2. Looks like you have quite a harvest there – well done!

  3. Your garden was a success – all of it looks yummy!

  4. Very nice.As you may know, I planted lettuce in my garden.They are more delicious than what I buy at supermarket. 🙂

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  7. Everything looks wonderful! I’m sure your heart is very happy.

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