|You go first. No, YOU go first!|
There was a little chasing and sqwaking going on, but nothing terrible. The Barnyard Mutts ran right back to their pen if they were getting picked on by the older hens. And the older hens are too lazy to jump up to the pen to follow them. Hopefully everyone gets along once the little chickens make it out to the yard again. Although it's pretty cold and windy today so I'm betting they stay in or around their pen for a while.
I think we're only supposed to have a daytime high in the mid 40's so I suppose I should get the plastic tarp ready to put over the zucchini tonight. We've harvested five nice sized zukes from the fall planting and there are still about five more on the plants. I know that it's not a huge crop, but since we normally wouldn't be getting them this time of year, I'm happy. I'm hoping to grow out at least two of the zucchini to "zucchini-boat" size. I want to be able to make at least two more batches of Zucchini Fritters.
And speaking of the garden, look what I got from it yesterday:
|Zukes and Yellow Wax Beans|
|Egg Rolls? Coleslaw?? Golumpki???|
It seems so odd to see zucchini. But they are lovely zucchini and I am probably just feeling jealous. By now, I have forgotten what it felt like to be inundated! I am extremely jealous of your yellow beans, however - at any time of year!ReplyDelete
That is simply one gorgeous looking cabbage! I'd say your fall garden has been a success.ReplyDelete
Love the cabbage! And no slugs... that's not fair. We have so much slug damage on our cabbages.ReplyDelete
I love gardening in the cooler weather of fall and spring. Your veggies are beautiful! The stinkin' birds are eating my spinach and lettuce right now, very frustrating! Great picture of the Barnyard Mutts!ReplyDelete
That is beautiful fall produce. I do think there is less bug damage this time of year. I didn't get zuchini even during the normal season!ReplyDelete
What nice bounty from the garden.ReplyDelete
what a wonderful fall harvest.the cabbage looks great.
have a nice week,