Well, it is getting decidedly cooler when I do my morning rounds! Fall is just around the corner, but things are still holding out in the garden. Here are the gourds growing on the south facing chain link fence. The yellow flowers that you see are the Ozark Nest Egg flowers. If you look at … Continue reading Our 2021 garden: morning in the garden
I finished off my rounds this morning by doing some harvesting in the garden. The beans in particular had plenty to pick. 🙂 I found a yellow bean, growing on a green bean plant! It didn't get picked. It felt completely empty. Any beans it might have had did not develop. I did find one … Continue reading Our 2021 garden: morning harvest and first potatoes, makes for an awesome breakfast!
While doing my evening rounds, I was able to gather quite a substantial harvest from the garden! The yellow beans are, as could be expected, winding down right now, but there was still quite a lot of them. There were plenty of green beans, too, but it was the purple beans that stole the show! … Continue reading Our 2021 garden: evening harvest
For the past while, we've been harvesting a handful of beans, every couple of days. Just enough for the day's meal, really. It would mostly be the yellow beans, with a few greens, and maybe three or for purple beans. This morning, we had our biggest harvest, yet! It is still mostly yellow beans, but … Continue reading Our 2021 garden: so many beans!
This evening, our first real harvest of beans was prepared to accompany our supper, and did a taste test. Though we'd picked a few beans before, they were so few, they just got chopped up and added to a hash. For these, they were first steamed until almost done, then pan fried in butter with … Continue reading Our 2021 garden: first taste, and getting big!