The freezer is quickly filling with the last treasures that the garden will produce. I think it's going to be an early end to tomato season. The plants produced a ton of fruit all at once, and are already dying back. The zucchini are slowing down as are the cucumbers. I still have two cabbages that I'd like to turn into sauerkraut, Brussel spouts that we'll probably eat out right and another picking of beans.
Our pumpkin patch is so disappointing. We focused this spring on getting the hay equipment fixed and ready to go and unfortunately we didn't get our pumpkins planted in the quantity I wanted. We only have a handful for decorating, eating and carving. Next year...things will be different! I'm really missing those beautiful orange globes.
Etsy shop each day.
rustic candle holders. He also hopes to have some new scarf pin designs available for fall.
Autumn-themed coloring book that I hope to have printed by the end of September.
Lots of new things happening on the farm. Is Autumn coming where you live? If yes, what changes does the new season bring to your home and family?