Fading glory! My time in the garden right now is so much less than it was a month ago last time we checked in. I'm still harvesting a few things, but after a couple of frosts, so much is finished for the season. I have my garlic ready, and that will go in the ground soon enough. And I look forward to picking up some spring bulbs soon too! In the meantime, we're all enjoying the start of soup season with all the potatoes and squash coming in. I think I have one more big round of kimchi and kraut to make. And oh so many rutabagas to eat!
My biggest task in the garden at the moment is keeping those foolish turkeys out of it! The season may be winding down to a quiet pace in there, but I'm still not ready to turn it over to the birds entirely. Not yet!
And you? In your neck of the woods, has your season come to a halt?
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During the growing season, I share a garden update once a week. If you are doing the same (on any day of the week) in your own online space, please leave a link in the comments section below so that we can take a stroll through your garden! Or simply, in your words, share what you've been up to in your own garden. Be sure not to miss the comments of these posts, as the garden wisdom shared by all of you is such a beautiful thing to see - I learn so much every week! Thank you, friends. And blessings on another year in the garden!