Grape Tomatoes

Grape Tomatoes

I will never claim to be the perfect gardener.  By the middle of August, many plants have gone to seed, and others have suffered because of summer vacations and heavy architectural workload.  To her credit, mother nature perseveres and continues to produce wonderful garden delights.  Our grape tomatoes are as sweet as can be.  Every few days I roast a big spaghetti squash which I often eat 3 times a day, and our pole beans are coming in quicker than I can cook them.

It is hard to believe, but we are in the middle of the Dutchess County Fair week.  To me, that signals the end of summer and time to prepare for Fall and cooler temperatures.

Spaghetti Squash

Spaghetti Squash

Red Stem Malabar Spinach

Red Stem Malabar Spinach

Baby Squash

Baby Squash

Swiss Chard

Swiss Chard

Pole Beans

Pole Beans

Colander Full of Beans

Colander Full of Beans

Dogs Waiting to Help With Sheep

Dogs Waiting to Help With Sheep

 

By Published On: August 18th, 2021Categories: Miscellaneous0 Comments

About the Author: James Crisp

James M. Crisp has been an architect for well over 30 years. His architectural firm, Crisp Architects, designs projects throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts. In April of 2007, Taunton Press published 'On the Porch' by James M. Crisp and Sandra Mahoney.

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